Lockdown is not the same for everyone; we mean look at Salman Khan and his brigade who are quarantining at superstar’s Panvel farmhouse, Arpita Farms. Apart from Jackie, the Dabang actor has been accompanied by his industry friends like Waluscha De Sousa, his rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur among others and his family members including sister Arpita Khan with husband Aayush Sharma and kids Ahil and Ayat. Now making the utmost use of the quarantine time together, Kick duo Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez have shot a song Tere Bina at former’s farmhouse.
Now as a part of the process, the leading duo of Tere Bina sat for an in-house promotional interview hosted by Waluscha De Sousa. Salman Khan begins the interview saying that this song had been on his mind for a very long time then he thought it’s better to release the song at this time. He went on to say that the song is produced by his production house Salman Khan films and it’s the cheapest production song.
Further adding to cheapest production comment, Jacqueline said, “We are used to shooting songs on very big productions, taking a large amount of days costume, hair makeup and weeks of prep but all of a sudden we find ourselves working with a team of three people (Salman, Jacqueline and a DOP). For the first time, I found myself checking lighting and moving props around. It was a great experience to know that you can use what comes your way and make the most of any situation.”
Salman Khan further revealed how they were struggling with Internet speed. “Everyone is using wifi. The internet speed was so slow. It used to take us 24-36 hours to download some files. Everything went back and forth for 70-80 times,” said Salman. (ALSO READ: Priyanka Chopra And Sunny Leone Become The Most Searched Celebrities Leaving Salman Khan, Virat Kohli Behind)
Can't wait for the song to release soon.
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