Shahrukh Khan is slowly getting closer to Tamil Nadu by one or the other way. The Bollywood superstar in the recent years have made efforts to woo Tamilians. It all started with his Ra.One where he roped in Namma Rajinikanth to do an electrifying cameo. It undoubtedly gave the movie a decent market in Tamil Nadu where Hindi films hardly made good business.
Well, his latest movie Chennai Express also has a Tamil connection. Well, not only the story is about a man falling in love with a Tamil 'ponnu (girl)', but also there are a few Kollywood actors, who have worked in the film. Recently, we saw Shahrukh Khan attending a Tamil film awards event and partying with Kollywood men too.
Now, there is yet another reason to believe that Shahrukh Khan has a special place for Tamil Nadu and Kollywood men, as he is all set to have a special song in forthcoming Hindi movie Chennai Express on one of the biggest stars of Kollywood. It is none other than superstar Rajinikanth! Continue reading the story on the slideshow to know more about the track...
Speaking to a daily, Honey Singh said, "I was very surprised and happy to hear from Shahrukh bhai. He said he wanted me to do a particular song. I wrote and composed the song while I was in Mauritius. Both Shahrukh bhai and I are huge Rajinikanth fans."
Chennai Express' Music Directors
However, he is not the music director of Chennai Express. Music director duo Vishal-Shekhar has composed the music for the forthcoming Hindi movie.
More Details Awaited
When asked whether the music directors are aware of his inclusion, Honey Singh claimed, "What can I do? Shahrukh bhai asked me to do a song I couldn't refuse."
More details about the track are yet to be revealed.
Will The Song Impress Rajini-SRK Fans?
Honey Singh says that the song is a tribute to Shahrukh and Rajinikanth fans, and he is confident of impressing audience with the track. He concludes, "When the song comes out it will be a craze among not just Shahrukh and my fans, but also among Rajini sir's fans. This number is our tribute to him."