REVEALED: 4 Unknown facts about the ‘Radio’ song from Salman Khan’s Tubelight

REVEALED 4 Unknown facts about the ‘Radio’ song from Salman Khan’s Tubelight

A couple of weeks ago the first song from the Salman Khan starrer Tublight was released. While the audience is awaiting the release of the film with bated breath, there are a few who have been wondering why the recently released track from the film has been titled ‘Radio’. Well talking about the same the film’s director Kabir Khan decided to spill the beans on why and how he titled this song. But apart from that here are few more unknown facts about the song:

  • The ‘Radio’ song is 60’s track and was shot with 1000 people comprising of 200 dancers, 400 juniors plus crew and everyone else.

 

  • The ‘Radio’ song is a celebratory track that marks the end of the war, and since the news comes from the radio the que for the name of the track also comes from there.

 

  • ‘Radio’ is a big joyous song, full of characters, full of laughter on a huge scale that brings together the entire village to celebrate the end of the war.

 

  • Since director Kabir Khan liked Remo D’Souza’s choreography with the track ‘Selfie Le Le Re’ he roped him to choreograph ‘Radio’ as well.

 

While the track is currently creating waves among the audience, the film Tubelight that is based on the Indo-China war features Chinese actress Zhu Zhu alongside Salman Khan is slated for release on June 25 this year.

Source: World Bolllywood