Varun Dhawan To Star In Salman Khan’s Ganpati Song From Antim?

Varun Dhawan will groove to the beats of a groovy Ganpati song from Salman Khan’s upcoming movie Antim

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Varun Dhawan is widely known for his dance skills that make him stand out in the B-town and this time the Badlapur star will be seen in a special appearance in the Mahesh Manjrekar directed drama film, Antim, featuring Aayush Sharma and Salman Khan. Varun Dhawan shot a special song that encircles Lord Ganesha as the festival is fast approaching and is celebrated nationwide.

“Since the premise of Antim unfolds in Maharashtra, the makers have gone all authentic with the setup and incorporated a special Ganpati number in the narrative composed by Sajid – Wajid. While Varun Dhawan will be seen grooving to the beats celebrating the arrival of Lord Ganesha, Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma too will be a part of the song,” said a source close to the making of the song. The song will be launched worldwide on September 10.

“The nation will be welcoming the arrival of Lord Ganesha, and it’s a small ode from the team of Antim to the celebrations. Salman and his entire team feel that the song encapsulates the vibe of the festive season very well and the song will slowly find a place in all the Ganpati Mandal’s,” the source added. However, the release date of Antim is not yet disclosed by the teams of Salman Khan Films SKF and Zee Studios but, they are planning to launch the movie somewhere around mid-October.

Salman Khan plays the role of a Sikh cop, the antagonist is Aayush who will be seen as a gangster. The team shot the film over a period of 60 days and it took around 25 to 30 days for Salman Khan’s song. The makers of the movie shot their movie in the real locations of Pune and Mumbai and called it a wrap.

On the professional front, Salman Khan’s schedule remains packed as the actor rigorously shoots for Tiger 3 which will be the biggest film of his career as it is much anticipated by fans.

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