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Director-lyricist Anup Bhandari now turns rapper for Dabangg 3

The Kannada version of Munna Badnam Hua, titled Anna Kai Jaari Hoda, is penned by Anup Bhandari, who has also sung the rap part in the song

Published: 26th November 2019
Anup Bhandari turns rapper

It looks like rapper Badshah has some competition. The singer has lent his voice for Munna Badnam Hua in Dabangg 3, along with Kamal Khan and Mamta Sharma. However, the Kananda version of the song will be sung by director-lyricist Anup Bhandari, who is turning rapper for the track, titled Anna Kai Jaari Hoda.

The Rangitaranga-director, who has written the lyrics for the Kannada version of the cop drama, starring Salman Khan and Sudeep, has also sung the rap bit that goes, "Piroothyalli thalkettogi Pandenna, Yedavattu Maadida..." along with singers Shashank Seshgiri and Mamta Sharma.

Munna Badnam Hua, which features the character of Chulbul Pandey, is a track inspired by the song Munni Badnam Hui from Dabangg, which featuring Malaika Arora.

Dabangg 3 is directed by Prabhudheva and made under the banner of Salman Khan Films, Arbaaz Khan Productions, and Nikhil Dwivedi. It is scheduled to be released on December 20. Manjunath Gowda, who is distributing the Kannada version, will be releasing it in over 250 theatres.

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