Dabangg 3: Fans To Witness Salman Khan’s Munna Badnaam Avatar In the Much Awaited Trailer

The time has almost arrived when Salman Khan will not only treat his fans with the Dabangg 3 trailer, he will also showcase the glimpse of his Munna Badnaam Hua song

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Dabangg 3: Fans To Witness Salman Khan’s Munna Badnaam Avatar In the Much Awaited Trailer

The time is closer! Salman Khan Fans, who have been eagerly waiting to see the glimpse of Chulbul Pandey urf Salman Khan in Dabangg 3, gear up as the makers are all set to drop the trailer tomorrow. To maintain the momentum, the makers of Dabangg 3 have been teasing the fans with multiple posters of Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha. Not only that, a teaser of Dabangg 3 too was dropped a few weeks back.

But as the time has almost arrived, fans will not only be enthralled with the trailer but will also be treated with the glimpse of Salman Khan’s Munna Badnaam Hua avatar. Yes, you heard that right! According to a report in Times Of India, ever since the reports of the song started doing the rounds of social media, Munna Badnaam Hua had become the talk of the town. Now with Dabangg 3 trailer, the song will finally be showcased for a few seconds in the trailer. (ALSO READ: Dabangg 3: Sonakshi Sinha AKA Rajjo Pandey's Karwa Chauth 2019 Look Is Out; Wishes Fans In Dabangg Style)

Reportedly, the song will be a reprised version of the chartbuster song, Munni Badnaam Hui from the first instalment of Dabangg that featured Malaika Arora. With Salman Khan in Munna Badnaam, the song will be an attempt to a gender reversal of sorts by turning into an item boy for a song.

Earlier, it was also reported that Warina Hussain who made her debut with Loveyatri, will feature in this item song too. Just a few days back, the makers unveiled the first look of Rajjo aka Sonakshi Sinha as his ‘super sexy wife’. 

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