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Bollywood's popular scriptwriter Salim Khan, who has been feted at with the IFFI Special Award, has dedicated the award to Indore, his birthplace, Mumbai and the Film Industry which has given him everything.

Bollywood's popular scriptwriter Salim Khan will be presented with the IFFI Special Award at the closing ceremony of the 49th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) for his Lifetime Contribution to Cinema.

Salman Khan has the kind of mass base that's best described in one word: phenomenal. His most recent release, the spy thriller Tiger Zinda Hai, has torn through box-office collection records.

Looks like the 1975 classic, Sholay, might just get a sequel soon. We’ve been informed that the makers of Sholay 3D —Shehzad Sippy, Sasha Sippy and Shaan Uttam Singh — and distributor Jayantilal Gada, have been getting scripts and are seriously considering a part two.

The dismal performance of two big films, Tubelight and Jab Harry Met Sejal, at the box office was a huge setback for Bollywood which is struggling for major blockbusters for some time.

Veteran screenwriter Salim Khan has urged people to pray for the safe return of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav who has been sentenced to death by a Pakistan military court for allegedly spying and stoking violence in Balochistan.

Renowned screenwriter Salim Khan says that there is no place for discrimination on the basis of language, religion, cast and creed in Bollywood.

Reacting to actor Salman Khan’s acquittal in the 1998 blackbuck and chinkara poaching cases, his father, scriptwriter Salim Khan, said this.

Two days after the terrorist attack on a battalion headquarters of the Army in North Kashmir’s Uri town that killed 17 Indian soldiers and injured 19 other personnel, Bollywood scriptwriter Salim Khan has slammed Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

If Salman Khan is the impetuous Bollywood star, father Salim Khan is his politically correct compass.

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