Salman Khan's "Selfie Le Le Re" song has been making waves ever since it was released on Wednesday, and has garnered over half a million views already.
It is being dubbed as the superstar's introductory song in "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and was reportedly shot across a massive set over five days.
Choreographed by dance master-turned-filmmaker Remo d'Souza, Salman had, a few months ago, shared a couple of behind-the-scenes video of the song in which the kids, dressed as Lord Hanuman, are seen dancing to drum rolls.
"Salman plays the character of Bajrangi, a desi aadmi, but the song has the word selfie in it because it is very popular today. Pritam has composed it differently, it's not a typical Indian song. In fact, it will be a surprise for the audiences. You'll see Salman dancing throughout non-stop, not walking across or anything like that," DNA quoted Remo as saying, last month.
Although Salman isn't dancing much in the video, Remo said he demanded tough steps and not ones he's used to doing.
Watch the behind-the-scenes video below: