Check out netizen’s reaction to Salman Khan’s Eid song and sanitizer launch:
It’s been years now that Eid is associated with the release of Salman Khan’s film. But as theaters are shut due to lockdown in most parts of the nation and the actor stuck at his farmhouse in Maharashtra, Khan announced two new releases: a grooming brand and a song.
He released a song titled “Bhai Bhai” that promotes communal harmony and a hand sanitizer from his grooming band called FRSH. And just like his films, the songs have inspired a lot of reactions on social media, but maybe not the ones the actor was looking forward to.
Check out the song below:
Many joked that the actor has truly become ‘atmanirbhar’ given the fact that he penned the song and sang it. Some also said that instead of a hand sanitizer the grooming brand should have released a car cleanser to match with the song.
Check out some reactions below:
Salman Khan’s Eid release was a song and then a sanitizer so that uske gaane ko sunne ke baad aap apne kaan mei sanitizer daale
— Shubhangi 🦄 (@itnalifekharaab) May 26, 2020
Salman Khan is smartly cutting cost of his songs – He sings himself, shoots at his own farmhouse and saves on lyricist’s money by using slogans from 15th August’s school rallies pic.twitter.com/6bFVyKcotA
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) May 26, 2020
Salman Khan has launched a Hand Sanitizer brand.
When applied, 99.9% of germs will die of natural causes.
— Shridhar V (@iimcomic) May 25, 2020
Salman Khan should’ve launched an ear sanitizer if he was about to launch a song today 🙁
— Kishan Jhunjhunwala (@Jhunjhunastic) May 25, 2020
Salman Khan’s FRSH sanitizer kills 99.9% germs and 100% witnesses. pic.twitter.com/VsE3IjbX6S
— Nigam (@nigam__a) May 25, 2020
Now Salman Khan is launching sanitizer products, he also needs to move to other source of income.
Economy crash is real, even for Salman Khan😆 https://t.co/P0peiWNM5E
— Quarantined Neha (@Incognito_Neha) May 25, 2020
Me listening to Bhoi Bhoi song: pic.twitter.com/7xNdZNDbr1
— Definite Hu BC (@definite_hu_bc) May 26, 2020
Despite the backlash, the actor’s song has over 6 million views on YouTube in less than 2 hours and there are reports that there were bulk orders for sanitizer as well.