New Delhi: The makers of Godfather have dropped the promo of the song titled ‘Thaar Maar Thakkar Maar.’ The song shows two of the superstars-one from Bollywood, the other from the South-shaking a leg to the ‘dhakad’ song of the year.
Yes, Salman Khan and Chiranjeevi will be indulging in a funky hook step in this song. The full song will be released on September 15. The track has been choreographed by Prabhudeva and will surely become a reel favourite for the fans in the coming time.
Watch Thaar Maar Thakkar Maar promo here
The song has been composed by Thaman S. The lyrics have been penned by Anantha Sriram, and vocals from Shreya Ghoshal.
The track has funky beats. In the video, Chiranjeevi makes an entry with his hand on his face. Salman enters while biting his nails. The two stars are seen wearing the same black outfit. Both of them donned black shades as they grooved together.
Even megastar Chiranjeevi shared the promo teaser of Thaar Maar Thakkar Maar on his Instagram handle. Sharing the teaser, he captioned, “Getting on to the Dance Floor with Bhai @beingsalmankhan for #GodFather .. and some Rocking Moves by @prabhudevaofficial are coming your way .. Super Thrills guaranteed.”
Fans could not keep calm seeing the two megastars of Indian Cinema together. One wrote, “For the first time the biggest megastar of Indian Cinema coming together to set the dance floor on fire. #SalmanKhan’s style, swag, and charm are unmatchable. #Chiranjeevi’s graceful screen presence (sic).” While another commented, “For the first time ever, the biggest Megastars are coming together to set the dance floor on fire (sic).”
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About the movie
The film Godfather is the official remake of Malayalam film Lucifer. The original movie featured Mohanlal in the lead. The film will see Chiranjeevi in an action-packed avatar.
Satya Dev is playing the antagonist and Nayanthara is the female lead in Godfather. It is said to be an intense political drama. The film is produced by Konidela Production Company and Super Good Films.