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Salman Khan shares second song Laila from Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal's Notebook

A few days after releasing the first song titled Nai Lagda, Salman Khan has now unveiled the second song of the film titled Laila.

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New Delhi Published on: March 07, 2019 12:33 IST
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Salman Khan shares second song Laila from Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal's Notebook

Bollywood is set to introduce many news face on the big screen in 2019, and two of them are Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal. It is Salman Khan who has taken these newcomers under his wings for their Bollywood debut. While Pranutan is the granddaughter of Nutan, Zaheer is the son of Salman's childhood friend. And the newbies are bringing an unusual love story o the 70 mm in the form of Notebook.

A few days after releasing the first song titled Nai Lagda, Salman Khan has now unveiled the second song of the film titled Laila. The 53-year-old actor took to Instagram to share the song and wrote, "Firdaus ka Kabir ke liye pyaar ka elaan. #Laila, 2nd song from #Notebook out now".

The lead actress Pranutan is the daughter of actor Mohnish Bahl and granddaughter of yesteryear actress Nutan whereas Zaheer Iqbal comes from a non-filmy background who has been managing a construction business. Apart from working hard for the film, he has also assisted for several films earlier.

Helmed by Nitin Kakkar and produced by Salman Khan, Murad Khetani and Ashwin Varde Notebook is all set to hit the screens on 29 March 2019.

"There is nothing cliched about 'Notebook'. As a director I was able to go beyond cliches. There is a conflict in the film but of a different type. It is not run-of-the-mill story. It is not in the classic romeo-juliet format. I thought Salman bhai (Salman Khan) might be sceptical because it is not conventional. The film has a world of its own, which is cinematic and real," Nitin earlier told PTI.

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