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‘Munna Badnaam Hua’ Track Review: Salman Khan’s Rewind Song From Dabangg 3 Grows On You, But A Little Too Late

Salman Khan’s item song: Munna Badnaam Hua from Dabangg 3 is good to ears but only for the last 2 minutes.

Salman Khan’s Dabangg was an iconic flick for many reasons. While he played cop Chulbul Pandey aka Robinhood Pandey, which he now describes as ‘Policewala Gunda’, there was also Rajjo who dared to tell him ‘Thappad Se Darr Nahi Lagta Sahab, Pyaar Se Lagta Hai’. All the characters, dialogues & screenplay were loved by all, but there is 1 song that became iconic – Munni Badnaam Hui.

 

Talking about Dabangg 3 & Salman Khan is attempting to recreate the standards set by Malaika Arora, Arbaaz Khan & himself with the song Munna Badnaam Hua. With the visuals of the track yet to be revealed, its audio has been unveiled on Twitter.

Salman shared a glimpse into the audio of the track. This 4:16 seconds song is nothing but a drag in the 1st half, and clearly forcefully entertaining towards the climax. The song has been turned into a rap that wasn’t needed. So, Munna Badnaam Hua track begins and the makers have kept 11 seconds of music with 11 seconds of rap.

Munna Badnaam Hua Salman Khan Dabangg 3

There are some catch phrases like, ‘Gaana Rewind Hua, Mogambo Khush Hua, Behadh Nuksaan Hua, Main Tere Naam Hua, Munna Badnaam Hua & the cliffhanger – Salman Khan Hua, Darling Tere Liye,’ but these verses come a little too late & barely last a minute or two.

Voiced by Badshah, Kamaal Khan, Mamta Sharma. The music for the track is given by Sajid Wajid. While its lyrics are penned by Danish Sabri and T-Series is the music label behind its music launch.

If you want to listen to the track, you can go to the link below:

A Prabhu Deva directorial, Dabangg 3 is slated for a December 20, 2019 release. This movie brings back into limelight Rajjo & Makkhi Pandey aka Sonakshi Sinha and Arbaaz Khan respectively. With Saiee Manjrekar as the new launch and Salman’s another love interest.

 

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Gaurav Gupta

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