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SON OF SARDAAR: Salman gave break to 'Po Po' singer Vikas Bhalla
October 20, 2012 04:54:07 PM IST By Glamsham Editorial
If there's one actor in the industry who truly helps aspiring new comers in the film industry it is Salman Khan without a doubt! The actor has done it once again by recommending actor/singer Vikas Bhalla for the playback of his much awaited special cameo song 'Po Po' in the upcoming Diwali pataka SON OF SARDAAR.
SALMAN KHAN and VIKAS BHALLA
Vikas, a popular face on the small screen is well recognised for his number 'Dhuan' The singer, thrilled to be on board for the song, had an overwhelming experience being a part of the SOS team.
'All the credit goes to Salman. I had gone to meet him with two songs that I had recorded, in the hope that he would take them for his next film. He heard the songs twice and the next thing I know; he calls up composer Himesh Reshammiya and tells him that I would be his voice!' quips a very happy Vikas.
Recording for 'Po Po was a fabulous experience recalls the singer, 'Po Po', is a superb track and it has to be sung at a very high pitch. I had to pratice for two days to get it right. It took a total of three hours to finish it. It's one of the most entertaining and catchy songs I've heard. And now when I see the 3 superstars dancing on the track with Sonakshi Sinha, I feel so amazing.'
Vikas has been very busy with his acting career to be able to give time to singing. The goof-looking actor who currently stars in the daily soap Uttaran is overjoyed to be back to his first love, singing. 'There's a right time for everything. I'm happy that I've started my playback singing career as the voice of Salman Khan,' he signs off.
Releasing on Diwali Day 13th November 2012, SOS is a Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Eros International presentation. SON OF SARDAAR (SOS) produced by Ajay Devgn Ffilms and YRV Infra & Media (P) Ltd Production is directed by Ashwni Dhir.