Salman Khan reveals facts which you may not know!

There are not many things about Salman Khan that his fans aren’t aware of. Such is the fan following of the superstar Khan that his loyal followers are familiar with the smallest of the details about him, including the soft corner he has for his mother, his fear of father Salim Khan, his love for children, his large heartedness and charity work.

However, to everyone’s surprise and much to the delight of his fans, Salman can be seen revealing never before details about his personal life on hotstar Originals show ‘M Bole Toh’. Upon being asked by the show’s host Husain Dalal about the reasons behind not kissing on screen, Salman says, “I am very uncomfortable. I’m not shy but I just don’t like it. I just don’t think there’s a need to kiss on screen. Jis din aisi need hogi, kar lunga. But abhi tak to mujhe aisi koi zaroorat lagti nahin hai to kiss on screen.”

Salman Khan and his fashionista co-star Sonam Kapoor from the much awaited film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, share many such invigorating revelations about the film, star families, fan mails, first crushes and much much more. In fact, viewers will also get to see Salman go into flashback and reminisce about the good old days of working with Director Sooraj Barjatya on blockbusters Maine Pyar Kiya and Hum Aapke Hain Koun. In fact Salman feels that he would not be able to essay the Prem he played in 1989!

Not only this, viewers will also get a chance to see Sonam mouth Bhagyashree’s famous dialogue from Maine Pyar Kiya – “Dosti ka ek usool hai, no sorry, no thank you!”

Upon being asked if he has ever written a letter for someone with a pen and paper, Salman said, “I just wrote a letter recently to Sanjay Dutt. I started writing it, then my handwriting started getting worse and worse. So I gave the pen and paper to Sonakshi. I kept telling her what to write and she kept writing it. But that letter is only for Sanjay Dutt.”

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