Salman Khan’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo; Having Bollywood’s Longest Song

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13 Minutes Long Song in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

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Upcoming Bollywood family drama genre movie Prem Ratan Dhan Payo will be releasing soon on box office but for now what has gained buzz in media is its music. Yes, we all know that film is a production of Rajshri & that they have always been known for giving musical films with ultimate songs. This time also it is going to create huge craze with its shooting Bollywood’s longest song ever.

The song is in huge buzz these days due to its long length and that too starring superstar Salman Khan opposite style diva Sonam Kapoor. By reports we have come to know that the choreographer of this song Ahmad Khan stated that the song has been picturized on the chemistry of both Salman & Sonam and carries on the story of the movie.

Being so long in length audience will be thinking about the theme of the track but to relieve them of suspense the song is neither based on any antakshari sort of theme nor on any medley portraying mixture of songs in it. It is rather a part of story shoeing Salman playing sports and football and romancing with Sonam Kapoor.

Having 8 tracks in its music album, audience is very excited for this movie and especially this song to get releases as soon as possible as they are waiting for this new sizzling chemistry to set fire on box-office screens through their romance and charms with the record breaking 13 minutes longest song ever of our Bollywood film industry, composed by Himesh Reshammiya.

Directed by directed by Sooraj Barjatya who has given so many hits in past, this movie is also set to bang the screens with Salman Khan romancing in Kurta-Pyjama and dancing on the beat.

Supportive star cast is being played by Swara Bhaskar, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Armaan Kohli and Anupam Kher which is increasing the craze more. Releasing near end of the year on November 13, film is being too high on hypes right now most for its longest song. Let’s wait to see this song and finally decide that whether it has really created a good job making such a record or is just an extra addition to gain hype.