Salman took to Twitter to make the official announcement and wrote, “The most beautiful love story has a release date… #Notebook hits the cinemas on March 29, 2019.”
Salman Khan has played mentor to many in Tinsel Town. From Sonakshi Sinha to Arjun Kapoor to Athiya Shetty, the 52-year-old actor has introduced many new faces in the film industry. And this time he has taken Nutan’s granddaughter and Mohnish Bahl daughter Pranutan bahl under his wings. Pranutan Bahl will make her Bollywood debut opposite Zaheer Iqbal,the boy who salman introduced in may last year. And now the two newbies will work together in Salman’s production Notebook.
Zaheer Iqbal, feels that the character of Firdaus is such that anyone would fall in love with her. Director Nitin Kakkar too is quite impressed with his leading lady. He says that she comes from the lineage of veteran actress Nutan, but she doesn’t carry that as baggage and sees it as an inspiration. In the BTS video, we can see how on the last day of the shoot,Pranutan Bahl becomes emotional as she has to say bye to her character of Firdaus. Shot in the beautiful locales of Kashmir, Notebook is directed by National Award winner Nitin Kakkar and it is presented by Salman Khan. The film marks the debut of Zaheer Iqbal and Pranutan Bahl. The film is all set to hit the screens on March 29, 2019.
A few days after releasing the trailor of Notebook, Salman has now unveiled the first song of the film – Nai Lagda. The 53-year-old actor took to Twitter to share the song and wrote, “Listen and feel the love.” Sung by Vishal Mishra, Lagda Nahi is a love ballad set in the picturesque Kashmir. The film is an unusual love story between two people who have never met but still fall in love. Talking about the film, Zaheer told a news agency, “It has just sunk in that I am doing a film. Earlier, I was used to being on the sets as an assistant director. So, while shooting for Notebook, I felt I am like rehearsing with co-actors. It feels great to see myself on the screen.” “I have spent lot of time on the sets and it has helped me immensely. My advice to anyone who wants to be an actor is that they must go and assist for some time as it does make things little easy,” Zaheer said.