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'Heropanti' First Song to be dedicated to flute players

IndiaGlitz [Saturday, April 12, 2014]
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After unveiling the first trailer, the makers of the highly anticipated action romance movie 'Heropanti' will launch their first song titled "Whistle Baja" at an event on Saturday.

Interestingly, the song incorporates elements from the classic flute tune from Jackie Shroff's film, 'Hero'. As a sign of gratitude to the flute players of the country for keeping the melody alive all these years, producer Sajid Nadiawala has dedicated the song to them. Taking this further, he has also announced that he'd like to invite them for the launch event.

Talking about the unique track, director Sabbir Khan said, "We are very excited for the launch of our first song. We have used the iconic flute music from Hero and given it a contemporary twist. We hope the song and the Whistle Baja step catches on with the audiences."

'Heropanti' is the story of two young conflicting protagonists, their battles with society and their coming of age love story. Directed by Sabbir Khan, 'Heropanti' stars debutants Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon. Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, the movie is slated to release on 23rd May 2014.




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