Is there anything Salman Khan cannot do? After acting, producing, painting and singing, the Bollywood star puts his vocal cords to the test while reciting a poem for the Pankaj Tripathi film, ‘Kaagaz’.
Khan, whose production house Salman Khan Films supports the project, also decided to lend his star power to the digital release of the film by reciting a poem for the film.
In the ‘Poetry of Kaagaz’ Khan recites the importance of a piece of paper in our daily life, from documenting love to becoming an instrument in combat. The poem was composed by Rahul Jain and the text was written by Aseem Ahmed Abbassee.
Directed by Satish Kaushik, ‘Kaagaz’ is based on a true story and stars Tripathi as Bharat Lal Mritak, who fought for 19 years to show that he was alive after the state pronounced him dead. Kaushik also plays the role of a lawyer in the movie.
The film has already opened to positive reviews on Zee5.