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Salman Khan born Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan on 27 December 1965 is an Indian film actor, producer, television presenter, and philanthropist.

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After Ranveer Singh, now Salman Khan too seems to have come down with a fever. But his illness hasn’t deterred him from continuing his work.
Bouncing back quickly from the debacle of Zanjeer and its Telugu version Thoofan, Ram Charan will now team up with Salman Khan for a film that would be produced by Salman Khan. Ram Charan flew from Hyderabad on Tuesday to meet Salman. The two had a hush-hush meeting over lunch at Salman's home in Mumbai where it was decided that the two stars would come together for a film. Sohail Khan was also present at the meeting.

Actor Salman Khan, who is shooting for his film Jai Ho, has managed to take out time to create awareness for the Girl Child, Women Empowerment programme, and says if he ever has a child he hopes it is a girl.

On Tuesday, Salman Khan posted a series of angry tweets on Twitter. Reason: the actor was miffed with a car brand after his car broke down and the customer service was apparently unhelpful.

Born in London, Kunal Nayyar went on to study at Delhi’s famous St Columba’s School — the institution also had Shah Rukh Khan as a student. Then in 1999, he moved to the US to study finance. Little did he know then that later he would go on to become one of the most popular characters on American television.

There may not be a recipe for success, but if you aspire to be a Bollywood actor, here’s a formula that will give you that all-important break — get Salman Khan to take you under his wing.

Salman Khan brought traffic to a standstill when he shot a scene on a busy road in Mumbai on Tuesday. when the actor was shooting for brother Sohail Khan’s Jai Ho, when fans stopped to get a glimpse of the star.
It's a story as old as any in Bollywood - film-makers zero in on an actor, there are celebratory toasts raised all around, and then the news comes that he or she has been replaced by someone else.
True to the saying 'empty vessels make more noise', it's only the low rung actors in Bollywood who keep on shouting from rooftop (read 'media') to let people know about their charity works. But when the superstars do their bit of charity, they prefer to remain mum. Like few days earlier, we had reported as to how SRK helped an unemployed light-man to put his 5-year-old daughter back in school.
Salman Khan, who is remaking Subhash Ghai's 1983 hit Hero, has been working hard on the project despite having other shooting commitments. The actor is also not ruling out the possibility of playing a cameo role in the film.

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