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THIS Video of Salman Khan Crooning Saare Jahan Se Achcha on Independence Day Goes Viral – Watch

At the end of the video, Salman Khan does a Namaste and Salaam

Today, as the entire country is celebrating 74th Independence Day, Bollywood celebs took to social media accounts wishing their fans and followers Happy Independence Day. From Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra to Kareena Kapoor and others, dozens of Hindi film actors started their day by writing heartwarming wishes on their respective social media accounts and now, we have come across a video of Salman Khan crooning a patriotic song.

In a video shared by Salman Khan’s brother in law and film producer, Atul Agnihotri, Salman Khan can be seen singing Saare Jahan Se Achcha along with a chorus in the backgroud. At the end of the video, Salman Khan does a Namaste and Salaam. The video of Salman Khan crooning patriotic song has gone viral on the internet.

While sharing the video, Atul Agnihotri wrote a caption, “Sare jahan say acha #HappyIndependenceDay @beingsalmankhan”.

You can watch the video here:

Talking about the Bollywood superstar, Salman has been spending his time at his Panvel farmhouse along with his friends and family members. Amid the Cornavirus Pandemic, he shot two music videos and Bigg Boss 14 promo.

Post BB 14 Promo, Salman Khan came all the way to Mumbai and shot for the promo video for the upcoming controversial TV shows. There were multiple photos of Salman Khan shooting for the promo video of Bigg Boss 14 surfaced on the internet.

On the professional front, Salman Khan —  who was last seen in Dabangg 3 — he will be next seen in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. The shooting of Radhe is yet to be completed. It is reported that Salman Khan will shoot the remaining portions of Radhe at Mumbai’s studio.

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