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Salman Khan Launches Indian Pro Music League; Suresh Raina, Shraddha Kapoor, Govinda To Lead Teams

Apart from Amitabh Bachchan, the one superstar who has been very successful on television is none other than Salman Khan. Be it Dus Ka Dum or Bigg Boss, the Bollywood superstar has always managed to impress with his distinct hosting style.

Now he is once again coming on the television albeit as the brand ambassador of Indian Pro Music League which will air on Zee Television and ZEE5. Both the anthem and the launch video was released yesterday.

The league will comprise six teams led by celebrities from Bollywood, cricket, and the music world. These include Shraddha Kapoor, Govinda, Rajkummar Rao, Riteish Deshmukh & Genelia, Bobby Deol, and Suresh Raina.

Big names from the music world such as Asees Kaur, Mika, Akriti Kakar, Shaan, Neha Bhasin, Sajid Wajid, Shilpa Rao, Kailash Kher, Bhoomi Trivedi, Javed Ali, Payal Dev, and Ankit Tiwari will be the captains of these teams.

Salman Khan Says Music League Is In League Of Its Own

About the launch of the Indian Pro Music League, the Dabangg Khan said, “We have all been hooked on to sports leagues for the sheer excitement and competitive spirit of the format, but kudos to ZEE TV and Fathom Pictures for coming up with a music league that infuses the energy of sports into the world of music reality television.”

He further added, “It is also the first time that big film and sports celebs are backing teams led by 12 of Bollywood’s top playback singers, reality stars, and 6 fresh voices who will battle out a musical championship, representing different states of our country. With so much excitement and novelty going for the show, looks like this music league is in a league of its own.”

On the work front, he has a lot of big movies in hand. Currently, he is busy shooting for Antim with Mahesh Manjerekar. He will also be seen next in Tiger3 with Katrina Kaif, Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali with Pooja Hegde, and Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai with Disha Patani.

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