Jacqueline Fernandes romances a mushy Salman Khan in Hangover

  • Sweta Kaushal, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Jul 05, 2014 11:42 IST

Aamir Khan did it in Ghulam, Shah Rukh Khan did it in Josh. And finally, Salman Khan joins the league.



Salman Khan

has crooned for a song in Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial debut Kick. The song, Hangover, has been composed by Meet Brothers Anjjan, and Shreya Ghoshal has sung the song with Salman.

The audio of Hangover was launched late on Tuesday and the video was revealed on Friday afternoon.



The video shows some sensuous moves by Jacqueline Fernandes and Salman grooving in his typical style to his own voice.





Written by Kumaar, Hangover has the typical

Salman

's

'bhai

-touch' - describing someone's charm as 'Hangover teri baaton ka/Hangover teri yaadon ka'. That is precisely what you expect from Bollywood's

bhai

. Also, when he dances to Hangover, he looks like hanging from a rope! Some fun it is.

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