Salman Khan Hires Pushpa’s Music Director Devi Prasad to Compose Music for Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali: Bollywood News

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Ever since Salman Khan’s next film Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali announced, it’s been in the limelight.

Fans have already got the attention about Bollywood star’s upcoming film. And now, they have been waiting to know more insights about the film.


Salman Khan Hires Pushpa’s Music Director 

As per the latest Bollywood news, Salman Khan has roped in Pushpa’s music director Devi Prasad to compose music for his film.

The report was first published in Pinkvilla according to which Salman Khan approached Devi Prasad to work for the film’s music.

This is what an industry insider quoted about the same, “Salman and DSP share a great bond, having delivered a chartbuster like Dhinka Chika in 2011. The duo is now all set to get back on Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali and the ace music composer has already started to create some original tunes for the album. Much like the trend in today’s time, multiple composers will be working on the music of KEKD, with DSP leading it from the front.”

The music director of Pushpa Devi Prasad was earlier given to compose music for the song song ‘Dad Mummy’. He got to the fame after composing music for his last film Pushpa: The Rise.

Apart from Pushpa, Devi has given music to some other films like Rangasthalam and Bharat Aane Nenu.

One reason why Salman might have approached Devi is because Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali will revolve around a cross cultural love story.

The report also states that the cast of Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali will have a blend of actors from North to South. Due to this, it becomes a cross cultural love saga.


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