Written bySagar Malik
Salman Khan is keeping pretty busy during the ongoing lockdown.
The video song, featuring some spectacular visuals, has been shot entirely at Salman's Panvel farmhouse, where he is currently residing with Jacqueline, actor/model Waluscha De Sousa, and others.
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The song has been sung by Salman and composed by Ajay Bhatia. Its lyrics have been penned by Shabbir Ahmed.
Salman also turned director for the music video.
The song's description on YouTube reads, "Life is incomplete without that special someone, who lights up every moment of life. With them every step is an opportunity and everyday is a new beginning."
Speaking about the song, Salman said in a video, "The kind of song it is, it was not fitting in any film, so I thought let's release it like this."
Meanwhile, Jacqueline said, "We are used to shooting for songs with big productions which take weeks of prep...For the first time, I was checking lighting, moving props around, and taking care of the makeup."
For the unversed, Salman and Jacqueline have previously worked together in movies such as Sajid Nadiadwala's Kick and action thriller Race 3. The two will also reportedly share screen space in the upcoming film, Kick 2.
Quite recently, Salman released a coronavirus-themed song titled Pyaar Karona, which he sang and wrote along with Hussain Dalal.
Through the song, Salman urged fans to follow precautionary measures, work from home, maintain physical distance, take up new hobbies, and respect frontline workers.
The video song has garnered nearly 9 million views on Salman's YouTube channel.
Separately, on the work front, Salman will next be seen in action movie Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. Directed by Prabhu Deva, the film also stars Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda, and Jackie Shroff, among others.
He also has Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali in the pipeline.
However, all productions and film releases currently remain stalled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meanwhile, Salman has been actively lending support to the nation's fight against the coronavirus crisis. He recently sent out free ration to some villages near his farmhouse. Before that, the actor reportedly offered financial assistance to 25,000 daily wage earners of the Indian film industry.
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