Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is leaving no stone unturned to promote his upcoming flick "Bajrangi Bhaijaan." Recently, the actor made a dubsmash video with co-star Nawazuddin Siddiqui, lip-syncing dialogues from the film.
While Salman has featured in dubsmash videos earlier also, the latest video is Siddiqui's debut. Both re-enacted their scenes from "BB", making the video interesting by switching their characters.
Earlier, the "Dabangg" actor created two dubsmash clips which went viral on social media. In his debut video, he and Sonakshi Sinha mimicked Shatrughan Sinha's popular dialogue from his film "Mere Apne."
In the second dubsmash video, he again appeared with Sonakshi, delivering dialogues of his film "Karan Arjun."
The superstar swaps roles with Siddiqui in the new dubsmash.
It seems the two actors got along pretty well on the sets. In an interview, Nawazuddin even talked about their bonding during the shooting. "While we were shooting for 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', we had a lot of fun during the break. Salman and I bonded well on the sets," The Indian Express quoted Siddiqui as saying.
"We use to talk a lot after pack up. I felt he has a child like innocence and has maintained that innocence," he added.
Scheduled to release this Friday (17 July), the Kabir Khan directorial will show a different side of Salman.
Interspersed with India-Pakistan sentiments, Salman's charisma, Kareena's charm, little Harshaali's innocence and Nawazuddin's comedy, "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" is expected to become a blockbuster hit.