Zinda Banda: Shah Rukh Khan delivers an energetic and massy number with his girl gang! | Hindi Movie News



Shah Rukh Khan got fans excited with the prevue of ‘Jawan‘, and adding to the thrill is the newest song from the movie, ‘Zinda Banda‘. The energetic and massy numbers sees the actor shaking a leg with Sanya Malhotra and Priyamani among others. Swift dance moves and peppy music make ‘Zinda Banda’ a fun song.

Sharing the song with his followers, SRK had penned, “When principles are at stake, one must fight, This battle is what makes you alive ! I thank Wasim Barelvi sahab with all my heart for letting us use this beautiful couplet with a minor change.

The song is written by Irshad Kamil Sir, and the music is by my dear friend Anirudh. Presenting Zinda Banda!”

This number was shot in Chennai over a period of five days with 1000 female dancers from cities like Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore,Madurai and Mumbai. ‘Zinda Banda’ has been mounted on a grand scale, with a budget of over Rs 15 crore and is choreographed by Shobhi.The song has been composed and sung by Anirudh and written by Irshad Kamil.
With SRK playing the titular role, this film also stars Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupati and Sanya Malhotra. Deepika Padukone will be seen essaying a cameo in ‘Jawan’. After the prevue was released, director Atlee had thanked King Khan and shared, “From reading tales of kings to embarking on a journey with one in real, #Chief I guess I’m living the dream I’ve always dreamt of. Thank you so much (heart emoji). This film pushed me to my limits, where I gained invaluable lessons along the way. Your passion towards cinema and the amount of hard work you’ve put in, which I witnessed closely in the last 3 years are inspiring and riveting. Yeh toh bas shuruaat hai Sir. Love you sir. Thanking you once again for this great opportunity on behalf of the entire team. God is very kind to me!! Thank you everyone.”
‘Jawan’ was earlier supposed to release on June 2, but was pushed to September 7 due to pending post production work.





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