Notebook: Salman Khan shares new song Bumro starring Zaheer Iqbal and it will instantly take you back to 2000

Today, the makers of the film released another song. An upbeat dance number with Zaheer Iqbal. Titled 'Bumro', Salman Khan took to social media to share the brand new song.
News,Zaheer Iqbal,Notebook,-salman khanTitled 'Bumro', Salman Khan took to social media to share the brand new song.
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Bollywood’s Bhaijaan, Salman Khan is all set to launch two newcomers in the industry through his home production film Notebook which stars Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal. The trailer was launched at a grand event and Salman Khan along with his brothers and the star cast of the film graced the occasion. Today, the makers of the film released another song. An upbeat dance number with Zaheer Iqbal. Titled 'Bumro', Salman Khan took to social media to share the brand new song. 

The song reminded us of Mission Kashmir's hit song 'Bhumro Bhumro' and took us back to the 2000s. However, the makers have added a contemporary touch to the song. Featuring the kids along with Zaheer Iqbal, the song has him recreating the signature step. After Nai Lagda and Laila, Bumro is the third song from the film. 

Set in the picturesque Kashmir, Zaheer as a school teacher can be seen dancing his heart out with his students in the song. While sharing the new song, Salman Khan wrote, "Lo aa gaye aap ko nachane #Notebook ke nanhe sitare. 3rd song from #Notebook, #Bumro out now." Check out Salman's post and the song below: 

Set in Kashmir, the story of Firdaus and Kabir dates back to 2007. Firdaus leaves her school to get married and Kabir is a substitute teacher in her place. While teaching the kids, he finds a notebook which introduces him to Firdaus and he falls for her without seeing her. Let us know if you enjoyed this new song from Notebook in the comments section below.

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