Dabangg 3

Dabangg 3

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2019
Music Director: Sajid - Wajid
Lyricist: Danish Sabri, Sameer Anjaan, Sajid Ali, Irfan Kamal, Badshah, Jalees Sherwani
Label: T-Series
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Album Credits: ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK COMPOSED & DESIGNED BY: Sajid - Wajid. MUSIC ASSISTANTS: Ashish Sehgal, More...
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Prabhudeva. PRODUCER: Salma Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Nikhil Dwivedi. STORY: Salman Khan. SCREENPLAY: Salman Khan, More...
 



Song Listing


 
Hud Hud Dabang
Singer: Divya Kumar, Shabab Sabri, Sajid Ali
Music Director: Sajid - Wajid
Lyricist: Jalees Sherwani, Danish Sabri
Genre: Filmi, Hindi Folk
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Naina Lade Ke Lade Rah Gaye
Singer: Javed Ali
Music Director: Sajid - Wajid
Lyricist: Danish Sabri
Genre: Filmi
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Bade Aadar Se Nikli Yun Karke
Singer: Salman Khan, Payal Dev
Music Director: Sajid - Wajid
Lyricist: Danish Sabri
Genre: Filmi
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Munna Badnaam Hua
Singer: Badshah, Kamaal Khan, Mamta Sharma
Music Director: Sajid - Wajid
Lyricist: Danish Sabri, Badshah
Genre: Filmi, Hindi Folk
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Awara Dil Mera
Singer: Salman Ali, Muskaan - I
Music Director: Sajid - Wajid
Lyricist: Sameer Anjaan, Sajid Ali
Genre: Filmi
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Habibi Ke Nain
Singer: Shreya Ghoshal, Jubin Nautiyal
Music Director: Sajid - Wajid
Lyricist: Irfan Kamal
Genre: Filmi, Sufi/Qawwali
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This was the third film in the "Dabangg" series. It served as the origin story of Chulbul Pandey, the protagonist of the series. The three films in the series had several cast and crew members in common, including actors Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, and Arbaaz Khan, writer Dilip Shukla, and music directors Sajid - Wajid. However, all three had different directors. While this film was directed by Prabhu Deva, the first film was directed by Abhinav Kashyap and the second by Arbaaz Khan.[1][2]
  • The film opened with a tribute to Vinod Khanna. The actor, who died in 2017, was a part of the first two films of the franchise and played the father of Salman Khan's character in them. His brother Pramod Khanna was brought in to play that character in this film. Pramod Khanna's only prior experience in Hindi films was as a producer of "The Cheat (Farebi)" (1974) that had Vinod Khanna in the lead role.[3][4]
  • This was the debut Hindi film of actress Saiee Manjrekar. Her parents Mahesh Manjrekar and Medha Manjrekar also acted in the film. This was the first Hindi film of Medha, who played the aunt of Saiee's character.
  • The film was dubbed and released in Kannada, Tamil, and Telugu. This may have been amongst the first Hindi films to be dubbed in Kannada after the Karnataka High Court and the Competition Commission of India ruled in 2017 that there could be no restrictions on the screening of films of other languages dubbed in Kannada. The ruling put an end to a 45-year-old ban on Kannada-dubbed films. This and the fact the film featured the Kannada film star Kichcha Sudeepa made it a much-awaited film in Karnataka and raised expectations that Salman Khan would dub his Kannada lines. However, Salman's Kannada lines were dubbed by a voice artist.[5][6]

    Song

  • Hud Hud Dabang - The song reused the hook line of the song "Hud Hud Dabangg" ("Dabangg", 2010). The original song was composed by Sajid - Wajid, written by Jalees Sherwani, and sung by Sukhwinder Singh. Sajid - Wajid had previously reused the same hook line for "Dabangg Reloaded" ("Dabangg 2", 2012).[7][8]
  • Munna Badnaam Hua - Sajid - Wajid took the hook line of this song from the hit song "Munni Badnaam Hui Darling Tere Liye" ("Dabangg", 2010). The original song, composed and written by Lalit Pandit and sung by Mamta Sharma and Aishwarya Nigam, was possibly an adaptation of a UP folk song.[9]



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