Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike planning secret project with Salman, Virat

Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike planning secret project with Salman, Virat

Mumbai, Sep 17 (IANS) Belgian DJ duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike are reportedly in talks with superstar Salman Khan and Indian ODI skipper Virat Kohli for their next dance music single.

The duo, who are brothers, will be back in India for Sunburn Arena Tour on October 8 in Hyderabad and October 9 in Mumbai that will helm the 10th year anniversary celebrations of the dance music festival — Sunburn by Percept Live. Last year, they headlined the first day of the three-day Sunburn Goa festival.A

According to a source, Salman and Kohli — who supported the DJ duo recently on social media for the 2016 DJ polls — are gearing up for a secret collaboration on a dance music single.

Karan Singh, CEO, Sunburn, said that the DJ duo share a close bond with “Sultan” star Salman, but the collaborations are decided by their international management teams.

“Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike enjoy a long standing association with India. They enjoy a huge fan base in Bollywood with most of the A-listers being fans of their music. The collaborations are decided by their international management but yes Salman and Dimitri – Mike share a very close rapport,” Singh said.

In an interview with IANS earlier, Dimitri had shared his eagerness to work in Bollywood. He had said: “We already did a couple of small Bollywood projects. But at this point we don’t have anything on that front to perform for the people.

Salman had on several occasions expressed his fondness for the DJ duo on social media. Salman lauded the efforts of the duo for their world tour — Bring The World The Madness — through a tweet in 2013, and also supported them during the DJ Mag Top 100 polls.A

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