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Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan New Song: Salman Khan Makes An Entry In Vesthi, Pays Tribute To Telugu Festival (Watch Video)

New single ‘Bathukamma’ by ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’ is now available! Salman Khan and others honour the flower celebration in Telangana in the new song.

Alisha Limbachia | Updated On: Mar 31, 2023 05:40 PM IST

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Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan New Song: Salman Khan Makes An Entry In Vesthi, Pays Tribute To Telugu Festival (Watch Video)

Salman Khan, one of Bollywood's most well-known actors, has released the newest track from his highly awaited film ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’, titled ‘Bathukamma’. The movie already has three other tracks available. Salman's dance moves from ‘Naiyo Lagda’ and ‘Jee Rahe The Hum’ became social media meme fodder, despite the fact that he performs Bhangra in the Punjabi dance number ‘Billi Billi’.


Salman Khan's movies and songs with him in them have consistently been popular with the general public, entertaining not just a single fan but the complete family and cutting across demographics and generations. The tune "Bathukamma" is no different.

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About The New Song ‘Bathukamma’ From Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Kisi Jaan’

"Bathukamma" honours the nine-day Telangana women's yearly flower festival known as Bathukamma.Salman Khan is dressed traditionally for Telugu in the performance, displaying his admiration for the local way of life.

The song is a perfect example of cultural diversity and blends traditional and contemporary music. Pooja Hegde performs the dance elegantly.The song is visually stunning thanks to the lively and colourful set, traditional Telugu costumes, and 200 background performers.The song was recorded during the Bathukamma festival, making it an accurate depiction of the occasion and a celebration of the lovely Telugu culture that will be appreciated by audiences all over the globe.

Salman Khan and the "Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan" crew have given Telugu culture enthusiasts a lovely gift with the release of "Bathukamma." Ravi Basrur composed the music for "Bathukamma," and he has produced a lovely rendition of a blend of mellow and soothing tunes from the southern part of the nation that transports listeners on a fantastical musical journey.

The music features vocals from Vijayalaxmi Mettinahole, Airaa Udupi, Harini Ivaturi, Suchetha Basrur, and Santhosh Venky. The song's lyrics were written by Harini Ivaturi, Shabbir Ahmed, Ravi Basrur, and Kinnal Raj.

Watch The New Song

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A production-related source states, “Venkatesh was the one who suggested about the festival and then SK loved the idea on how the festival doesn’t have a song dedicated to it and told the music director to have a song dedicated to the festival and women of Telangana and it will be his gift to the state through his movie “

About ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’

Farhad Samji is the director of the Salman Khan Film release ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’. Action, humor, drama, and romance are all present in the movie, which also stars Salman Khan, Venkatesh Daggubati, Pooja Hegde, Jagapathi Babu, Bhumika Chawla, Vijender Singh, Abhimanyu Singh, Raghav Juyal, Siddharth Nigam, Jassie Gill, Shehnaaz Gill, Palak Tiwari, and Vinali Bhatnagar. The movie will have a Zee Studios global premiere and is scheduled for Eid 2023.

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