Salman Khan has made a grand opening in most of his films and his upcoming movie "Kick" is no different. Khan is known for his larger-than-life on screen image that makes his movies hold on to the theaters.
Be it "Ready", "Bodyguard", "Wanted", "Dabangg", "Ek Tha Tiger" or "Jai Ho", Khan has made sure to have a grand entry scene in his films that is greeted by whistles and cheers by his fans.
And therefore, it does not come as a surprise that the introduction scene in Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial is also going to be dashing.
BollywoodLife.com has reported that in the entry scene Khan will be seen riding a bike with the female lead Fernandez sitting behind. He will be seen in a funky avatar with glares and piece of cloth wrapped around his head.
Apparently, Nadiadwala wanted a different look for the actor for the opening scene as he is already sporting a clean shaven and a French beard look in the film.
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Khan has brought in several surprises for his fans with his upcoming film. The actor has apparently sung a romantic song with singer Shreya Ghoshal in the film.
Meet Brothers Anjjan, who delivered the chartbuster hit song "Baby Doll," from "Ragini MMS 2" has composed the "Hangover" song sung by the "Dabangg" actor. It was Khan who insisted on singing that song.
"Salman insisted on singing it himself. This is the first time he's sung a romantic duet. He impressed everybody, including Shreya. The song which was always part of the script is sure to make the girls swoon," a source told The Times of India.
When asked the music composer Maumeet, he said that Khan is a very good singer.
"There's a fantastic singer hidden in Salman. We were bowled over by his voice control. He's sung in bits and parts before but this, we feel, is his real debut as a playback singer," Maumeet said.
"Kick" is Khan's second film of the year 2014. The makers released the trailer of the film last month, which has gone viral and has garnered more than 12 million views till now. The film is set to hit the screens on the occasion of Eid i.e. 25 July worldwide.