Thursday seems to be rolling in swing throwback swing for celebrities since after Anil Kapoor, Dus Bahane 2.0 singer Vishal Dadlani was see seen reminiscing the good old days at Rang Bhavan from where his “rock and roll dreams” got wings. The traditional venue for Independence Day rock concert at Mumbai, that is the Rang Bhavan, saw Vishal and his band Pentagram herald the Indian rock scene after which the seeds of the underground indie music were sown. Also Read - BMC Circular, Directing That Bodies of COVID-19 Patients Only be Cremated, Withdrawn
Taking to his Instagram handle, Vishal dropped a picture from the 90s, featuring his young self posing with his wide open and donning a casual black tee with a pair of blue denim jeans. The picture was captioned, “This smug kid has rock and roll dreams, and they’ve led him to the legendary green-room at Rang Bhavan. Can someone please talk some sense into him? Or, not. 😉 (sic).” Also Read - Fire Breaks Out in Mantralaya Building in Mumbai, 4 Fire Tenders Rushed to Spot
Vishal Dadlani is a raging voice on social media platforms. Not shying away from putting out his strong-headed opinions, Vishal is often seen calling out the higher authorities for misusing their power. Recently impressed by Aam Aadmi Party’s development work in New Delhi, Vishal was seen joining their electoral campaign right before the elections this month and even featured in some of their rallies with a broom in hand.
On the professional front, Vishal’s recently crooned song, Dus Bahane 2.0 for Baaghi 3 is breaking the Internet. Originally sung by KK and Shaan in 2005 hit Dus, Baaghi 3’s Dus Bahane 2.0 has been crooned by Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar. The remake features sizzling chemistry between lead pair Shraddha Kapoor and Tiger Shroff.
Helmed by Ahmed Khan and bankrolled by Sajid Nadiadwala and Fox Star Studios, Baaghi 3 also stars Riteish Deshmukh, who plays Tiger’s elder brother and Ankita Lokhande who essays the role of Shraddha’s sister and Riteish’s love interest. The movie is slated to hit the screens on March 6 this year.