Salman romances Katrina, Sonakshi as they enthrall Pune with 'Da-Bangg'
Published : Mar 25, 2018, 3:26 pm IST
Updated : Apr 24, 2018, 5:39 pm IST
Salman Khan and a host of celebrities put an entertaining show for fans at the ‘Da-Bangg’ concert held in Pune on Saturday. (Photo: Twitter/ Instagram)
Salman was joined by his leading ladies Katrina Kaif, Sonakshi Sinha and Daisy Shah along with Prabhudeva, Maniesh Paul, and Sohail Khan as addressed the media at a press conference before the event.
Salman had turned singer with the song ‘Main Hoon Hero Tera’ in 2015 and he reminded his fans of it with this performance.
Katrina put up an energetic performance in a shiny outfit. While her equation with Salman is well-known, the actress is currently working on films with the other two Khans, Shah Rukh and Aamir.
Sonakshi Sinha’s liveliness was evident on her face as she also dazzled in a shimmery dress. The actress will be seen in ‘Dabangg 3’ and has a association to the franchise right from its inception.
Daisy Shah rocked in an all-black outfit. The actress will be seen opposite Salman Khan in ‘Race 3’ next.
Maniesh Paul has been a regular at various ‘Dabangg’ concerts and he tickled the audiences’ funny bones with his anchoring.
The best act of the evening was reserved for Salman and Katrina as they performed together on a romantic track.
Salman and Katrina are among the most the favourite couples of this generation and fans were obviously delighted to enjoy their chemistry.
A ‘Dabangg’ event is obviously incomplete without the lead pair of the franchise grooving together and Salman and Sonakshi didn’t disappoint.
Salman’s ‘Wanted’ director Prabhudeva has also joined the ‘Dabangg’ franchise now, as he is set to direct the third instalment of the franchise. The Indian Michael Jackson proved again that he can never go wrong with his dance.
Singer Guru Randhawa, who is famous for his hit tracks like ‘Tenu Suit Suit Karda’, enthralled audiences with some of them coming all suited up for his act.
The response that Salman has receives on his concerts, seen previously in Australia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and New Zeland, once again just proves his massive popularity across the world.