Even before its release, Salman Khan’s upcoming production venture Notebook has made a special place in the audience’s hearts with its unique storyline and soulful songs and after impressing music lovers with Nai Lagda and Laila, the makers have now released the much-awaited Bumro from their album.
It’s a remake of popular Kashmiri folk song Bumro and Zaheer Iqbal, who is marking his Bollywood debut, with the movie has danced his way into our hearts with the foot-tapping number. Zaheer has essayed the role of a teacher, who teaches in a floating school in Kashmir and in the video he is seen matching steps with his little students.
Zaheer is a fabulous dancer and the kids too are adorable but it was quite difficult for director Nitin Kakkar to make the children dance to his tunes. Nitin said, “It was difficult for kids to match the steps but we enjoyed it.”
The song has been sung by Kamaal Khan and Vishal Mishra has given the music while Kaushal Kishore has penned the lyrics. The song has been sprinkled with Kashmiri lyrics and that has added a dash of authenticity to it. The song is a visual delight and is as impressive as the version that featured in Mission Kashmir starring Hrithik Roshan and Preity Zinta.
Helmed by Nitin Kakkar, Notebook will see Mohnish Bahl’s daughter Pranutan Bahl as the female lead. The love story is presented by Salman Khan Films and is a Cine1 Studios Production. It is produced by Salman Khan, Murad Khetani and Ashwin Varde and is all set to hit the screens on 29th March 2019.
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