Tubelight’s Third Song ‘Tinka Tinka Dil Mera’ Champions Salman, and will Touch Your Heart
Salman Khan’s approaching Eid unharness Tubelight has been making ripples for months currently. With Salman Khan departure no stone right-side-out within the promotion of the pic, it’s onerous to travel one day while not hearing some news or the opposite concerning this pic.
Produced by Salman Khan and his mother Salma Khan, Tubelight sees Salman Khan all over again be a part of hands with known director Kabir Khan, whom he antecedently worked with in mega hits like Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Ek Tha Tiger.
Set in 1962 with the Indo-Sino war because the scene, Tubelight has Salman Khan reality brother Sohail Khan essaying the role of his on screen brother (Bharat) also. The pic appears to revolve round the relationship between the 2, with Sohail recruitment and departure for the war andSalman Khan being left behind to grapple with things.
The promo, together with the title of the film, provides the viewer a small clue concerning the leading character Lakshman, conjointly spoken as ‘Tubelight’ within the official video snippets that are free.
On 9 June, the official Twitter page of Tubelight free the video of the third song ‘Tinka Tinka Dil Mera’. Sung by Sufi artist Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and composed by the famed Pritam — the song encapsulates the themes of grief and separation, and managed to the touch some deep hidden corners of our hearts that we have a tendency to did not understand existed.
The focus of ‘Tinka Tinka Dil Mera’ appears to air the connection between the 2 brothers that Salman Khan and Sohail ar depiction in reel life. the whole trailer sees Salman crying over the departure of his brother for the war. Holding on to numerous artifacts of his brother’s consumer goods — Salman Khan appears to be having a troublesome time managing the actual fact that his brother won’t come.
With the war conjointly forming an important component within the video of ‘Tinka Tinka Dil Mera’, one is round-faced with the fact of war and conflict — one thing that’s a lot of relevant than ever in today’s time, even supposing the film is about in 1962.
This song comes as a nice modification when the discharge of the primary 2 songs, ‘Radio Song’ and ‘Naach Meri Jaan’ that had a a lot of upbeat tone to them, probably showing the viewer the various themes and flavours that Tubelight are going to be touching upon through its story line.
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