Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha reunite in their next Welcome To New York

Welcome to New York Sonakshi Sinha Salman Khan

Welcome to New York Sonakshi Sinha Salman Khan

In fact, at the start of the number, we see Diljit Dosanjh, the lead hero telling Sonakshi to imagine if she is designing for Salman Khan. Yes, "Nain Phisal Gaye" brings back the sizzling chemistry of Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha on the screen while reminding us of their previous popular song "Tere Mast Mast Do Nain".

The visuals open with a scene where Sonakshi Sinha, who expositions the part of a yearning style creator is confronting a barrier with her inventive resources.

Welcome To New York will release worldwide on February 23, 2018. "Nain Phisal Gaye" has been composed by Sajid-Wajid with lyrics by Kaunsar Munir. The romantic number, as it is said to be, was shot in NY. "It was nostalgic in many ways, the romantic, melodious song has been filmed beautifully", Pune Mirror reports the actress staying. The chemistry between the two was liked by the audience in the Dabangg franchise and hence the fans have been eagerly waiting to see the two back on the screen again in Dabangg 3, but here comes a good news for all the fans.

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Sonakshi will soon begin shooting for Dabangg 3 with Salman, and is looking forward to another collaboration with the 52-year-old actor.

Before they get together for the third Dabangg film, the duo has shot for a song that features in the actress's upcoming comedy. Toleti also spoke about how Salman Khan immediately gave a nod for the number. Meanwhile, Welcome to NY director Chakri Toleti was quick to add that the Salman and Sonakshi number is the flawless mood-setter for Valentine's Day.

Speaking of the first song (titled "Pant Mein Gun") they shot for the film, Sonakshi recalled how it was a complete chaos as they shot it during a live award show.

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