Salman Khan lends his voice for the first time for a pensive poem in Pankaj Tripathi starrer Kaagaz; WATCH

Pankaj Tripathi starrer Kaagaz released this week on ZEE5. The inspiring story of a common man fighting for his existence has been backed by Salman Khan and his production house. Now, a poem in his voice has been released and it will tug at your heart.
Salman Khan lends his voice for the first time for a pensive poem in Pankaj Tripathi starrer Kaagaz; WATCH
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Salman Khan joined hands with director-actor Satish Kaushik and backed his film, Kaagaz that released this week. Film 'Kaagaz', where Pankaj Tripathi plays Bharat Lal Mritak, who fought for his life for 19 years after being declared dead by interests keen to take over his assets, has been receiving great reviews since it's release on Zee5 Premium. The trailer of the film had piqued the interest of the audiences and director Satish Kaushik also is seen playing the role of a lawyer in it. 

The film takes the viewers back to the hinterland and wears its provincial heart on its sleeve. While Pankaj Tripathi shines in the entire film, another most talked about thing about the film is the poem 'Poetry of Kaagaz' which has been narrated by megastar Salman Khan. The poetry of Kaagaz in Salman Khan's rendition talks about how the battles in the world are reduced to being all about pieces of paper and how it’s a document that, more often than not, makes or breaks the lives of common people. This is the first time ever the actor has narrated a poem. 

Take a look at Salman Khan's poem for Kaagaz:

While the poem has been composed by Rahul Jain, the beautiful lyrics have been written by Aseem Ahmed Abbassee. Kaagaz is presented by Salman Khan Films with Satish Kaushik Entertainment Production and produced by Salma Khan, Nishant Kaushik and Vikas Malu. The film is now streaming on Zee5 Premium and has released in a few selected theatres in Uttar Pradesh.

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Anonymous 2 months ago

Untalented idiot!

Anonymous 2 months ago

Tapoori Poem padega????

Anonymous 2 months ago

Can you smear yourself with mud and still look good?? Give the man a break and go look at yourself in the mirror.

Anonymous 2 months ago

He is becoming next Amitabh Bachchan.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Fab Salman!! Good job!

Anonymous 2 months ago

His narration was mesmerizing and beautiful!!!Happy he has started backing honest talent !! Kudos to you Salman !

Anonymous 2 months ago

Let's face it, this man is multi talented. If only he could learn to live and let live and that there is enough space for him and other talented people as well. He must let go of his petty attitude. The world does not revolve around him

Anonymous 2 months ago

Good

Anonymous 2 months ago

He should stick to just strutting around when required. Doesn’t have the sensitivity for poetry.