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Salman Khan receives praise for Zaheer Iqbal-Pranutan Bahl’s ‘Notebook’ soundtrack
Salman Khan who has treated the audience by lending his voice to multiple songs over the years has been credited for his valuable inputs for songs in ‘Notebook’. The ‘Sultan’ actor stunned the audience everytime he held the mic to sing. For ‘Notebook’ once again the actor-producer put forth his musical side.
This film will mark the debut of Zaheer Iqbal and Pranutan Bahl.
Salman Khan helped music composer Vishal Mishra with various inputs to the songs helping the relatively new composer to strengthen his abilities. The upcoming music sensation feels blessed to have worked with Salman as well considers it a rare opportunity to receive creative inputs from the actor.
Music composer Vishal Mishra who has lent music for Zaheer Iqbal and Pranutan’s film ‘Notebook’ gave credit to Salman Khan for being the guiding Force for the captivating soundtrack.
Salman Khan has a huge passion for music and he was more than happy to help his team in lending the inputs for the track. The actor is known for his creativity and relies on his gut feeling.
Talking about the actor Vishal Mishra said, “Salman sir wanted me to work in a particular direction. In fact while I was a making ‘Bumro’, he wanted me to use some Kashmiri words, which worked out wonderful for the song. He is such a clear vision and if you do what he asks you to, it turns out quite well.”
While working, with the entire team of the ‘Notebook’ including superstar Salman Khan, Ashwin Varde, Murad Khetani and the co-producers, Vishal Mishra were grateful for receiving the freedom and trust to compose his first Solo album the way he wanted.
Vishal Mishra further adds, “They gave me a brief but did not intervene in the process of composing”.
‘Notebook’ which is creating a right noise among the audience for its endearing and convincing love story set in 2007, exclusively shot in the valleys of Kashmir which showcases a tale for Kabir and Firdaus fall in love without even meeting each other.
Helmed by Nitin Kakkar, Notebook is presented by Salman Khan Films and is a Cine1 Studios Production. It is produced by Salma Khan, Murad Khetani and Ashwin Varde and is all set to hit the screens on March 29.
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