Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh will now make Salman Khan and Nargis Fakhri dance to his tunes in the upcoming film "Kick".
After giving out the chartbuster song "Lungi dance" with Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone in "Chennai Express" last year, Singh has now teamed up with Salman.
Director Sajid Nadiadwala has signed Singh for an item number titled "Devil". The song will feature Singh alongside Salman and actress Nargis Fakhri.
The first look of the song has been revealed by Bombay Times and Fakhri looks sizzling hot in a black sheer outfit.
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The song has been shot on a lavish set at Film City in Mumbai and more than 200 dancers have been roped for the same. Choreographer Ahmad Khan directed the item number, which features Singh, Salman and Fakhri.
In the mean time, while shooting for the song Fakhri injured herself, following which she had to take rest before the rehearsals.
"Nargis is believed to have suffered a ruptured knee ligament and a torn hamstring during one of the rehearsals. The production team immediately called for a doctor on-site. She rested briefly, before continuing rehearsals as it turns out, this kind of injury doesn't heal quickly. To make sure her injury didn't affect her dancing for the shoot, she visited her physiotherapist everyday post rehearsals and worked towards healing. Ahmed's troupe was extremely glad to see her commitment to not just the craft but also to hardwork," a source told Bollywood Hungama.
"Devil" is the third much talked about song from the film "Kick" as it features Salman and Singh.
Prior to this, the makers released "Hangover" and "Jumme Ki Raat" songs. Within days of releasing the song "Jumme Ki Raat" has become one of the most downloaded songs. The song has become one of the favourites of the audience and has been viewed over 6 million times on YouTube since its release.
"Hangover" also got good response from audience. The romantic song has been sung by Salman and Shreya Ghoshal.
Check out "Jumme Ki Raat" and "Hangover" songs below: