'It expresses what I feel I should be doing': Salman Khan opens about his song Pyar Krona
New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Salman Khan might be stuck at his Panvel farmhouse but he has been continuously active on social media, urging fans to stay indoors to break the chain of the novel coronavirus.
In a recent interview with Hello India, the Dabang hero spoke about the release of his second music video 'Tere Bina.' Recently, Salman made his YouTube debut with the motivational track 'Pyar Karona' that gained a lot of popularity and recognition on social media.
The music video was curated totally by the actor and was shot at his Panvel's farmhouse, where Salman is currently staying with his family and a few closed ones.
Pyar Karona was a spontaneous idea that struck Salman's mind amid the coronavirus lockdown. As the video delivers an important message of maintaining harmony in society and among ourselves. The video went viral just a few hours after its release and was loved by fans.
In the interview, Salman said, “Pyaar krona, Madad krona, Sabr Rakhona, these lines that express exactly what I feel we should be doing right now. We should go out of our way to help the poor and needy who are the most affected by this lockdown. We also need to have patience and I’m sure we are all in this together and this shall pass, too.”
He further spoke about the process of videography that was done through a cell phone and said, “We shot it on a phone and the music video was completely in place. I have two more songs ready and they are to be launched soon.”
Since the very initial phase of lockdown, Salman has been interacting with fans, educating them about the right practices amid the pandemic and also pumping them up as sitting at some corner of the house, doing nothing all day could be very frustrating at times.
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