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After the cross border tnsion between India and Pakistan Atif Aslam washed his hands off Indian Project

Guess who has replaced Atif Aslam in Notebook!

Keeping in mind the cross-border tension and supporting our soldiers at the war front, the common men of India have come together to protest against terrorism. Eminent artists and the entire film industry fraternity has lent their hands towards standing strong together against terrorism and took the decision of not engaging any Pakistani Artist in Indian Film Industry.

Recently Atif Aslam was hooked for singing in Salman Khan’s upcoming film Notebook. Understanding the tension among people, Salman took the decision of calling of this project and started searching for an Indian singer for the same.

The film Notebook will see Mahnish Bahl’s daughter Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbaal as debutant in Hindi cinema. The makers were in dilemma to rope any other singer for the film as they though no one can do justice to the soft romantic numbers of the film.

To your surprise, the replacement of Atif Aslam will be Salman Khan himself. A close source said, “Many singers were considered, but the makers were not fully convinced whether they would be able to do justice to Main Taare, which is a soft romantic number.” 

Having confidence on Salman as he was over whelming in Main Tera Hero, the makers confined him for singing Main Taare for Notebook. A source said, “During the brainstorming session, Salman’s name cropped up as he has previously crooned Main Hoon Hero, another romantic song that had earned much love from listeners. The team thought he would be a good fit.”

The sources also said “it took some convincing” but “Salman has agreed to go behind the mic again.” Notebook has been directed by Nitin Kakkar and is set to release in theaters on March 29th.

At the work front Salman Khan will be seen next in Bharat starring Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sunil Grover in the lead role, Dabangg3, and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s next film which is yet to be named.