Salman Khan shakes a leg in latest song ‘Selfie Le Le Re’ from upcoming film Bajrangi Bhaijaan

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By Web Desk June 5, 2015 12:54

Salman Khan shakes a leg in latest song ‘Selfie Le Le Re’ from upcoming film Bajrangi Bhaijaan

It’s groovy, has many backup dancers, catchy lyrics and has Salman shaking his legs in his signature unorthodox dance steps. In short, Selfie Le Le Re, Khan’s latest song from soon-to-be-released film Bajrangi Bhaijaan, will be liked by those who take a liking to his songs.


Selfie Le Le Re HD Video Song Bajrangi Bhaijaan… by bollywoodonlinemusic
Salman is seen in the video wearing ‘Hanuman’s mace’ neck piece as he goes about, enacting quirky moves in a colour-filled, energetic environment. Flexing his muscles and moving his rigid body to the upbeat tone of the dong, Sallu mian makes the most of his legs by shaking them in synchronization with his hands in a feverish manner. The elements that are mostly present in a Salman Khan song are evident in the video as well; a plethora of backup dancers performing on the street (dressed as Hanuman devotees) and yes, everyone mimics Salman in the background. Coupled with the foot-tapping beats by Pritam and the upbeat vocals of Vishal Dadlani, the ‘Le le le re le le re’ chorus begins to sound catchy.

There’s plenty in the song for those who adorn Bollywood music and its videos for its upbeat lyrics, catchy beats, colourful environment (literally) and a vast set. “Salman plays the character of Bajrangi, a desi aadmi, but the song has the word selfie in it because it is very popular today. Pritam has composed it differently, it’s not a typical Indian song. In fact, it will be a surprise for the audiences. You’ll see Salman dancing throughout non-stop, not walking across or anything like that,” said Remo D’Souza, the choreographer-turned filmmaker.

Selfie Le Le Re is all about Salman and does not feature co-star Kareena Kapoor or Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who refrain from making an entrance and dare take the shine away from Bollywood’s megastar. The new song also struck a chord with Indian twitterati, who took to the micro blogging site to opine on the song:-




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By Web Desk June 5, 2015 12:54

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