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A screen grab of the video clip shared by Salman Khan.
Salman Khan took to social media to share a video of a little girl playing a song by singer Stevie Wonder with her guitar.
With a purple guitar in her hand, the young girl swept superstar Salman Khan off his feet.
In the clip, the girl is seen singing "Isn't she lovely" as the "Dabangg" star listens to her in absolute awe.
Salman captioned the video: "My superstar sitara."
The 53-year-old star has become very active on social media lately. He has been giving his fans a sneak peek into his personal life and fitness regime.
The actor, who was last seen in "Bharat", is currently busy shooting for "Dabangg 3". He will also be seen sharing screen space with actress Alia Bhatt in "Inshallah".
Indo-Asian News Service
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