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‘Bharat’: Salman Khan, Nora fatehi’s have sizzling chemistry in ‘Turpeya’

‘Bharat’: Salman Khan, Nora fatehi’s have sizzling chemistry in ‘Turpeya’
Salman had announced on Tuesday, the release of the song.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, May 22 

The makers of ‘Bharat’ have treated their fans with another song from the film. The song titled, 'Turpeya', features Salman Khan with Nora Fatehi.

Salman announced the release of the song on his Twitter handle. He wrote: “Main turpeya ghar se dur! #TurpeyaSong OUT NOW” 

Earlier, four songs: 'Slow Motion', 'Chashni', 'Zinda', 'Aithey Aa'- from the film were released by makers.

‘Turpeya’ has been composed by Vishal & Shekhar along with Sukhwinder Singh.

In the video, we see Salman is wearing a Navy uniform and is looking dapper as he makes his signature move and this time we get to see Bhaijaan doing the Bhangra, as well as it, is a Punjabi song. 

Nora, on the other hand, is ready to steal your heart away with her sexy belly dance in the song which will set your screens on fire!

Salman had announced on Tuesday, the release of the song. He shared a picture and wrote: "Meri Mitti, Mera Desh!"

The photo features the 'Dabangg' actor in a chevron moustache, wearing a white navy uniform and a pair of classic black aviators with a golden frame. The patch of his cap reads 'Eagle Marine'.

Spread over a span of 60 years, the film has some scenes recreating the partition of India. 

Director Ali Abbas Zafar had revealed in an Instagram post that shooting for those scenes was the most challenging. 

'Bharat' stars Salman with Katrina as the female lead. 

It also features Nora Fatehi, Sunil Grover, Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff, and Tabu in pivotal roles.

The film is produced by Atul Agnihotri, Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar and is slated to release on June 5.


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