Salman Khan’s much-anticipated lockdown song Pyaar Karona is OUT on YouTube finally and it coincides with his debut on the platform. After sharing a teaser video of the song Pyaar Karona giving fans a sneak-peek about it, Salman’s recently released song is heart-touching as the actor asks fans to stay close emotionally but far physically. Even in quarantine at his Panvel farmhouse, with the imposed lockdown, Salman Khan is busy working from home for his fans and the song Pyaar Karona is informative and beautiful as the actor sings for all his fans.
On Instagram, talking about the premier of the song, Salman Khan shared a message for all his fans excited for the song release. In the post’s caption, Salman wrote, “Emotionally paas rahona, physically duurr rahona, aise hi is lockdown tak #PyaarKarona ! (Link in bio) @thesajidwajid @adityadevmusic @hussain.dalal @believe_india @saajan_singh23 @abhiraj88 #StayHome #Lockdown #NewMusic #IndiaFightsCorona.” Through his post, the actor expressed his feelings and urged fans to stay home.
Salman Khan mentioned to his fans in the post that during these crucial times, everyone must stay close emotionally, but added that staying far physically is also a must. The Pyaar Karona singer also asked fans to ‘Pyaar Karona’ just by staying emotionally close and physically far during the lockdown and maintain social distancing. Well, as Salman’s song is finally out, this proves the actor is trying his best to spread awareness and ensure all his fans are safe and at home during the lockdown.
Meanwhile, as Salman Khan spreads awareness with his interesting song, the song is sung by the actor himself. The lyrics of Pyaar Karona is penned by Hussain Dalal and Salman Khan, whereas the music is composed by Sajid-Wajid. Also Read: Pyaar Karona Full Audio Track OUT: Listen To Salman Khan's Compelling Vocals Because Isko Nahi Suna To Kya Suna?
Image source: Instagram/ Salman Khan
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