Watch: Salman Khan calls AR Rahman 'average' in old viral video, composer's befitting reply impresses fans – DNA India

AR Rahman is an Oscar-winning music composer. He has composed music for a number of Bollywood movies together with Salman Khan’s Yuvraaj. Not too long ago, a video of the actor poking enjoyable on the composer has gone viral on social media. 

A Reddit consumer shared an previous video of Salman Khan poking enjoyable at AR Rahman and the composer gave a savage reply in return afterwards. Within the video, Salman may be heard calling AR Rahman an “common” artist, solely to ask shortly, “humare liye kab kaam karoge (when will you’re employed for us)?” 

Later throughout a media interplay, AR Rahman was seen giving a witty reply as he stated, “He (Salman) must do the type of movies I like, solely then I’ll work with him.” 

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Netizens additionally reacted to the video. One of many feedback learn, “AR Rehman don’t love Salman Khan – physique language tells us all. Salman tried to shake ARR’s palms after calling him common however ARR saved his palms in his pocket so Salman forcibly took ARR’s palms out from his pocket ARR did not like Salman calling him “common” when he actually gained an Oscar award.” One other wrote, “Rahman actually gave music Salman’s Yuvraaj. They’ve already labored collectively.”  One other remark learn, “If ARR is common then Salman is shit.” 

AR Rahman composed music for Salman Khan-starrer Yuvraaj together with Tu Meri Dost Hai, Tu Muskura, Dil Ka Rishta, and extra. Helmed by Subhash Ghai, the film additionally starred Katrina Kaif, Anil Kapoor, Zayed Khan, Mithun Chakraborty, and extra. 

In the meantime, Salman Khan is at the moment gearing up for the discharge of his upcoming film Tiger 3. The film additionally stars Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi and is helmed by Maneesh Sharma. The spy thriller may also see Shah Rukh Khan’s action-packed cameo which is scheduled to launch in theatres on November 1.

Learn India’s highest-paid singer fees Rs 3 crore per music, and it is not Arijit Singh, Sunidhi, Shreya Ghoshal or Sonu

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