What’s the next Plan of Ajay to bring SOS into Limelight!

On Thursday, October 18th, 2012

Po Po Po Song

Po Po Po Song from Ajay Devgan’s ‘Son Of Sardar’.

We all know that Bollywood star Ajay Devgan’s upcoming flick ‘Son Of Sardar’ is all set for November 13 release and the actor is doing his best to bring the film into limelight. It’s so because, the movie is going to compete with Yash Chopra’s last venture ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’. While, the duo movies are supposed to face a stiff competition, we had informed you before that Ajay had played a trick after taking Salman Khan do an item number in his movie. And Salman even did the number without payment!

Now while we wonder, this might prove a plus point for Ajay’s movie, conversely Ajay has thought of making it a sure sort attraction point for the onlookers by playing a different trick and hence has decided to release the video on the social networking sites today afternoon. The song Po Po Po features Salman Khan in the lead along with Ajay Devgan and his co-stars Sanjay Dutt and Sonakshi Sinha.

The three friends maintain a good bond among themselves and we have seen Ajay and Sanjay working together beforehand also. But, this is the first time ever in the history of Bollywood cinema that the three stars are going to share screen space together. And what’s important on the issue is the adjoining of Sonakshi with the three stars. Of course, it will prove an added flavor. yes or no?

Giving slight hints about the number, Ajay said, “I would like to thank Salman for his gesture. Po Po is a fun peppy song which I am sure will appeal to everyone including kids. “Ajay and Salman are family to me and we three share a great bond. It was fun spending time with them on the sets and shooting for the dance number,” he further added.

Well, everything is well-set. Now it’s time to see, if the song really stands up to the expectations of the Filmmakers or not! What you think guys? Can it do a dhamaka in the BO?

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