After receiving positive reviews for their first song, ‘Leke Prabhu Ka Naam’, makers of the Salman Khan starrer ‘Tiger 3‘ have now unveiled the second track from the movie.
While the first song was a peppy dance number, the second one is a love ballad featuring Salman and Katrina Kaif. The song has been sung by none other than Arijit Singh.
Watch the song here:

In the song, Salman and Katrina can be seen showing off their sizzling chemistry.Although the creators have chosen not to release the official video of the song, the lyrical video is already doing the rounds on social media.

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According to a report in News18, Yash Raj Films has a history of maintaining secrecy around the YRF Spy Universe, and this approach has successfully heightened audience anticipation. In the case of ‘Tiger 3,’ Aditya Chopra has made the decision to delay the release of its second song, ‘Ruaan,’ in order to safeguard a significant plot twist in the film. This move is aimed at ensuring that the surprise remains intact until the movie’s release on Diwali, which falls on Sunday, November 12.

In a media statement, director Maneesh Sharma said, ‘Tiger and Zoya are on a much more personal and intense journey in this film, and Ruaan gives voice to that. The way it’s picturised in the film, we really wanted to keep such main story plots, the way they are meant to be experienced – in the cinema, in the moment.’

Elaborating further, the filmmaker added, ‘Knowing that we have this soulful song sung by Arijit Singh, picturised on Salman Khan, and taking a decision to withhold it – it’s been tough!’
Apart from Salman and Katrina, the much-awaited third instalment of the popular franchise also stars Emraan Hashmi in the role of the antagonist.

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