Zayn Malik tweets a Bollywood song and people can't get enough

The British-Pakistani star, who has been MIA for quite some time, took to social media to brighten up our Sunday

Entertainment Desk July 07, 2019

British-Pakistani star Zayn Malik is known to be an extremely private person and on many occasions goes completely MIA from public outings and social media.

However, once in a while, the Pillow Talk crooner will pop up with either Instagram selfies or cryptic tweets. This time, his target was  Twitter, where he shared something sweet about Bollywood songs, reported Pinkvilla.

The former One Direction member took to social media to share Enna Sona, from the Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor starrer Ok Jannu.

The film is a remake of the O Kadhal Kanmani, starring Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menon. But the question in everyone's mind is, why did Malik share this song in particular on his Twitter?  Fans are still hopeful that American-Palestinian model Gigi Hadid and Malik will get back together, after taking a break on their relationship.

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Meanwhile, Malik famously lashed out at Gigi haters on Twitter recently and tweeted, "She is the most amazing woman I’ve ever known. And does nothing but love and support me when lord knows I don’t deserve it.

As for Bollywood songs, it isn't his first tryst. The singer has shared covers of Allah Duhai Hai from Race and Allah Ke Bande from Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II. Malik has reportedly always spoken fondly about his love for Bollywood films and has even been inspired by the Indian musical sounds, which can be heard quite frequently in his tracks.

Malik also made headlines recently after his single from the Aladdin soundtrack was released. Along with Zhavia Ward, Malik made Twitter swoon as he recreated a savvy version of A Whole New World.

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