Earlier reports had indicated Aamir will also sing in the film but it has not been announced yet if Aamir and Katrina will sing a duet or individual numbers. After the super hit song, Aati kya Khandala, in the 1998 hit, Ghulam, this will be the first time in 13 years that Aamir will be seen lending his voice in a film.
Pritam, who shot to fame with the first film of the Dhoom series and also composed the tunes for Dhoom 2, will be seen repeating the same for the third film as well. Vijay Krishna Acharya of the Tashan fame takes over the director's hat for the third film from Sanjay Gadhvi, who directed the first two films.
Katrina's on-screen musical affinity was visible in her latest release, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, where she donned the garb of a rockstar act in the Dhunki song. "I like to play the guitar but I still need to learn it properly. I would also love to sing one day," she said during the promotional activity of the film.
And so, it seems, the pretty actress is keeping true to her words by agreeing to sing in the film