Madhuri Dixit on collaborating with SRK-Salman for a tune& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
- In an unique interview with Zoom Digital, Madhuri Dixit opened up on her new tune Candle
- She additionally shared her views on Shah Rukh Khan’s Sab Sahi Ho Jayega and Salman Khan’s Pyar Karona
- Do you assume Madhuri, Salman and SRK ought to jam collectively for a tune in the future? Here’s what the actress thinks
Bollywood celebrities are releasing one tune after one other to unfold the message of hope on this time of disaster. From Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan to Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar, now we have seen a number of the largest icons of B-town that includes in some wonderful music movies, excessive on inspiration and positivity. Speaking of which, Madhuri Dixit, too, has now launched her tune of hope, titled Candle.
While the tune marks Madhuri’s stellar debut as a singer, the actress sounds so stunning that her melodious voice will immediately contact your hearts. In reality, the significant lyrics will additional enhance your spirit and make you need to stay up for a greater tomorrow.
Considering SRK and Salman too had not too long ago launched their songs – Sab Sahi Ho Jayega and Pyar Karona, we requested Madhuri what are her ideas on her co-stars’ singing abilities. After all, Madhuri is without doubt one of the only a few actresses who has labored with each the superstars in multiple movie. And with all three taking on singing, we have been additionally curious to know if Madhuri is open to doing a musical collab with SRK and Salman in the future. And the actress is greater than keen to workforce up with the Khans for a music video, if ever they get a chance.
“Well, let’s hope so…that’s a candle of hope I will hold”, she mentioned as she commented on their respective songs stating, “I loved watching Shah Rukh Khan for I For India. I think he was very cute. And Salman is doing his own song, picturising it. He is at his farm so he’s shooting there. It’s amazing!! We are all artists, we are a part of this. Acting, dancing, singing, it’s all a part of the same art. It comes under art and we all have it in us. There are so many talented people we have in the industry who can sing as well as act.”
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On the skilled entrance, Madhuri was final seen in Karan Johar’s Kalank which boasted of an ensemble solid together with the likes of Sanjay Dutt, Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditya Roy Kapur and Kunal Kemmu.