Full Song: Salman Khan sings ‘Hangover’ for ‘Kick’

Salman Khan turns singer for his forthcoming Eid release ‘Kick’ directed by Sajid Nadiadwala. The song goes as ‘Hangover’ and he lends his voice along with Shreya Ghosal and Meet Bros Anjann. The song has been composed by music composer trio Harmeet Singh, Manmeet Singh and Anjjan Bhatacharya of ‘Baby Doll’ fame.

The song is peppy and entertaining and a great treat to Salman Khan’s fans. The song is released by T series. ‘Kick’ marks the directional debut of Sajid Nadiadwala and Salman Khan will be seen playing a devil. ‘Kick’ is the remake of 2009 Telugu blockbuster of the same name staring Ravi Teja and Ileana D’Cruz. The Hindi version stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Randeep Hooda in the lead.

The trailer of the film released last month was highly liked by the audience. The trailer shows Salman Khan as devil and Jacqueline Fernandez as his love interest.

Salman's character name devil and it shows him in dual role.  One is very tough and other is fun-filled. The trailer has a gripping dialogue:  

"Aap Devil ke peeche, Devil aapke peche. Too much fun."

"Mere baare me zyada sochna mat. Dil mein aata hoon, samajh mein nahi."

The trailer also shows actors Sanjai Mishra and Saurabh Shukla. International teams were hired to work on VFX for the Sajid Nadiadwala’s directorial debut. Shot in Delhi, Dubai, Poland and Mumbai among other places, Kick is slated for Eid release. 

Though Salman’s last outing ‘Jai Ho’ failed to spark magic at the box-office but that does not diminish Sallu’s star power in any way. Expectation from ‘Kick’ is sky-high and the makers have released the first poster of the film.

The poster has a mask and it arise huge curiosity. It is learnt that Salman’s character is of a devil. The film marks the directional debut of producer Sajid Nadiadwala. Salman and Jacqueline were spotted shooting in the street of Delhi few days back in a special car-scooter vehicle.

When Sajid was asked about Sallu playing a devil, he was quoted as saying, “He is the Devil incarnate. His character is grey and edgy, even the goatee he sports is a salt and pepper mix. You've never seen him play a character like this before.”

When asked about Salman’s reaction to the idea of ‘devil’ in the film he said, “It's a truly devilish act and no, there was no knee-jerk reaction to the name"

Listen to the full song below:-