Poetry Of Kaagaz: Salman Khan’s Rendition Is Soulful And Soothing To Ears; Superstar Gives His Vocals To A Poetry For First Time- VIDEO

The track titled Poetry of Kaagaz was released by the makers of Pankaj Tripathi's film Kaagaz today. The poem has Salman Khan’s vocals and it is nothing but soulful. The rendition touches on the importance of paper

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Poetry Of Kaagaz: Salman Khan’s Rendition Is Soulful And Soothing To Ears; Superstar Gives His Vocals To A Poetry For First Time- VIDEO
The film Kaagaz starring Pankaj Tripathi released a few days back. The movie is backed by Salman Khan’s production house Salman Khan Films and The Satish Kaushik Entertainment Production. The film is directed by Satish Kaushik. The film revolves around a farmer, who has been declared dead on official papers. The trailer of the film was released a few days before the film released and garnered great reviews. On Saturday, the makers of the film released the Poetry of ‘Kaagaz’. The poem is out and is nothing but soulful.

The poem titled Poetry of ‘Kaagaz’ has Salman Khan and Rahul Jain’s vocals. The beautiful rendition touches upon the importance of each and every paper. The poem features Pankaj Tripathi and has clippings from different scenes in the movie. The music of the poem is composed by Rahul Jain, while the lyrics are penned by Aseem Ahmed Abbasee. Talking about the poem, it starts with Salman Khan’s voice reciting, “Kuch nahi hai, magar hai sab kuch bhi, kya ajab cheez hai yeh Kaagaz bhi.” The poem touches every aspect of life where a piece of paper holds its utmost importance. The times when a kid can make boats out of paper, or when one can make a kite, the poem stresses upon the fact about how the whole world fights for paper, be it even newspapers or letters.

Listen to the soulful rendition below:

Meanwhile, the film Kaagaz also features Monal Gajjar with Amar Upadhyay apart from Pankaj Tripathi. A few days before the film’s premiere, Tripathi had made a post, sharing the first look of Kaagaz. The first look was interesting and showcased a pile of documents in a government office room. In the movie, Tripathi plays the role of Lal Bihari, the farmer who has been declared dead on official papers. Also Read: Kaagaz: Salman Khan Promotes Pankaj Tripathi’s Intriguing Story; Urges Fans To Stream Now




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