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Watch out for six different linguistic versions of ‘Jabra Fan’

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New Delhi: When the ‘Fan’ makers released their anthem ‘Jabra Fan’, little did anyone realise that it be such a craze that the song will have different linguistic versions of it.

The song which was released last week, has been recorded in six regional languages- Bengali, Marathi, Bhojpuri, Gujrati, Tamil and Punjabi.

While the Bengali version has been sung by ‘Piku’ famed Anupam Roy, Manoj Tiwari has lent vocals to the Bhojpuri track and the Punjabi song has Harbhajan Mann’s voice.

The ‘Fan’ anthem in Marathi is sung by Avdhoot Gupte; ‘Ram Leela’ and ‘Bigg Boss Nau’ famed Arvind Vegda lent his voice for the Gujrati version and ‘Dilwale’ famed Nakash Aziz sang in Tamil.

The Vishal-Shekhar duo has composed the original of ‘Jabra Fan,’ which is a promotional track for the upcoming Maneesh Sharma-directed venture.

Shah Rukh Khan’s different look in the video stood out, and though, prosthetic and VFX may have helped in altering his appearance, nothing other than his own efforts had made up for his youthful zest that he displays in the song.

The song has hit more than four million views in a week with its craze ever-increasing all around. Now when there is SRK, it’s better to expect the unexpected!

The official trailer for the movie will arrive on February 29, while the drama is set to hit theatres on April 15. (ANI)

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