Salman Khan fans are now at the peak of joy as the video of '440 Volt' song from "Sultan" was released on June 14, 2016.

The number features Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma, and it is now getting positive responses from audiences and critics alike.

Mika has sung this romantic melody. The Punjabi singer has done a fabulous job, and his mind blowing voice is the major highlight of this track. In all probabilities, this incredible romantic track will rule the charts in the coming days.

The melody is filled with love, and the lyrics are awesome in nature. It is sheer pleasure to see the muscular macho tries to impress his dream girl 'Aarfa'.

In the video, Salman looks thoroughly manly, while Anushka is quite ravishing in her moves.


Her seducing face and scintillating curves will surely make the viewers fall flat for the actress.

Interestingly, the muscle Khan of Bollywood has crooned this number, and as a result, it has a special place in the minds of his fans. Peppy composition from Vishal-Shekhar has been taken to new heights ecstasy by Sallu's outstanding voice.

Visuals of the track are stunning. Director Ali Zafar and Polish cinematographer Artur Zurawski have crafted the songs with elegance, and both of them deserve an extensive round of applause for this effort.

And moreover, nobody anticipated Salman in this much youthful look in his fifties. He once again proved that no other Bollywood hero can match his charismatic looks and energy when it comes to passionate sequences.

"Sultan" will showcase Khan in the role of a daring wrestler.

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The official trailer of the film was released some days back and was opened to positive reviews.

The film which will reach the screens on Eid is foreseen to break all collection records held previously, as nobody is doubtful about Salman's star power.

The Ali Abbas Zaffar flick is listed for release on the 6th of next month in India and all around the world.

So, Why to think thrice? Watch and enjoy this spectacular tune and share your valuable opinions.