New Delhi, Feb. 17 -- Actor Salman Khan is reportedly toying with the idea of investing in an Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket team.
If sources are to be believed, he is consulting Ness Wadia, owner of Kings XI Punjab, and others about the IPL. If he does set his mind at buying a stake in any of the T20 teams, he will join the league of his fellow colleagues Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla, who own Kolkata Knight Riders, Preity Zinta, who is associated with Kings XI Punjab, and a few others.
Interestingly, his brother producer Sohail Khan already owns Mumbai Heroes, a team of Celebrity Cricket League. Whether the 48-year-old actor finally buys stakes in cricket or not remains to be seen, but in 2012, he had rubbished similar speculations of him wanting to invest in the cricket league.