Salman Khan Now Takes Rahat Fateh Ali Khan to Sing Arijit’s Number in Sultan

By Goher Iqbal Punn – Film Critic, Music Reviewer & Entertainment Analyst – Showbiz Bites

sultan movieRahat Fateh Ali Khan’s songs are always well-received by the masses. Most of his songs turn out to be chartbusters. He is a much popular singer in Bollywood and people simply adore him. We all know about Salman Khan and Arijit Singh’s fight going on and we have also reported about Arijit’s public apology to Salman to retain his song in Sultan. But as Salman’s anger is much obvious to all and sundry that once he gets angry with anyone, he does not listen to anyone. Thus, Arijit’s song is now no more in Sultan. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has replaced him in this particular number.

Salman Khan has taken Rahat on board now and as per the reports, Rahat has sung the song in Vishal-Shekhar’s studio last week. The reports also have it that only Aditya Chopra and Ali Abbas Zafar have heard this song so far besides the composers’ duo.

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Well, as Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s songs are loved by the masses, this number too is likely to do well among the people.

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