Salman Khan is the ultimate superstar of Bollywood whose stardom is rising with every passing day. The actor has given back-to-back hits in the past few years and his movies have collected a whopping collection at the box-office. Salman has left no stone unturned to impress the viewers with his outstanding performance in his each and every film.
Salman is known for creating box-office records with his films but now he had added another feather to his cap with this latest achievement.
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s last movie together was Tiger Zinda Hai which released in December 2017. The movie was a huge hit at the box-office and also minted crores in just a few days of its release.
Tiger Zinda Hai had some of the best songs which still rule our playlists. The first song which was released from the film was Swag Se Swagat and has now garnered more than 500 Million views on YouTube! Yes, you heard it right!
The moment this track Swag Se Swagat was released, it instantly became a hit and fans couldn’t stop themselves from playing it on loop. It was a peppy dance track which can set anyone grooving and also an amazing party number.
The song even topped the list on Youtube and is currently a hot favorite among the buffs.
The amazing track is sung by Vishal Dadlani and Neha Bhasin. The foot-tapping number has been composed by Vishal and Shekhar and penned by Irshad Kamil.
Talking about the film, Tiger Zinda Hai had not only emerged as one of the top grosser of 2017 but also proved to be Salman's third film to cross Rs 300 crores. The superstar’s last three blockbusters in the Rs 300 crore club include Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Sultan, and Tiger Zinda Hai respectively.
Salman collaborated for the second time for Tiger Zinda Hai with director Ali Abbas Zafar. The duo had earlier worked together in the film Sultan which was the blockbuster hit. The makers of Tiger Zinda Hai had left no stone unturned to make the film a memorable one. Hollywood fame stunt master Tom Struthers was roped in for adding an international touch to all the action scenes in the film—and it certainly paid off to be the right decision.