Mumbai: Singer Shabab Sabri who has almost become the voice of superstar Salman Khan has now moved onto John Abraham. But wait, if you think it has anything to do with John Salman alleged rivalry then you are wrong. The singer has just lent his voice to the latest Welcome Back number Nas Nas Mein which has been picturised on John Abraham.
In a first of sorts, the same voice of the singer is used for five different actors in one song itself. Yes, apart from John, Shabab’s voice in the song is also being used for Naseeruddin Shah, Shiney Ahuja, Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor.
In a career spanning more than two decades Shabab has sung songs that are romantic, soulful or sufi in nature. This is the first time the singer has crooned to a playful item number. Sharing his experience Shabab says, “The song was challenging and fun at the same time. It was out of my comfort zone and I enjoyed every bit of it. I’m glad Nas Nas Mein happened to me for it added to my versatility like no other song could. And it’s always a pleasure seeing some of the biggest of stars lip syncing to your voice!”
Apart from being Salman Khan’s voice right from Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya (teri jawani badi badi mast mast hai) days, Shabab has also given voice to many hit numbers of Akshay Kumar like Gore mukhde from special 26. The singer also has to his credits numbers like Judoo Tone Waaliyaan (Dawat-e-Ishq), Dil mera muft ka (Agent Vinod), Yahan Zindagi (Page 3), Koche Pathan (Zanzeer), Chalao Na Naino Se Baan (Bol Bachchan), Gore mukhde (Special 26), Humse pyaar karle (Teri Meri Kahani), Fashion khatam (Dolly Ki Doli).
Some of his hit Salman Khan numbers include Hamka Peeni Hai (Dabangg), Tere Naina (Jai Ho), Pawan Udaye Batiyaan (Veer) among many others and will also be lending his voice to Salman once again in Rajshri Productions upcoming film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.
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