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Throwback pic of Salman Khan and Aamir Khan.
Bollywood has been filled with Khans who have ruled the industry for decades.
Amidst all the rumours of them having differences with each other, the stars surprise us by showing love and support for one another even on the work front.
"Dabangg" star Salman Khan shared a throwback photograph to wish superstar Aamir Khan on his 55th birthday.
Salman on Saturday took to Twitter, where he shared an old image of himself along with Aamir.
He captioned it: "Happy birthday Laal Singh Chaddha @aamir_khan."
Aamir turned 55 on Saturday. He is currently busy shooting for his upcoming film "Laal Singh Chaddha" in Punjab.
Salman Khan shares a video of differently-abled fan
Salman Khan posts a video on social media of his little fan
Salman Khan owes Rs125 to mechanic who repaired his bicycle years ago
The film is an official Hindi remake of the hollywood Classic "Forrest Gump". It also features Kareena Kapoor Khan in the lead role.
Two contradictory hashtags have been trending on Twitter all Monday. The first, #BoycottKhans, demands the Khans be shunned from Bollywood, in response to the untimely demise of Sushant Singh Rajput who, netizens feel was a victim of nepotism and power play.
Salman Khan took to social media to share a video of a little girl playing a song with her guitar by singer Stevie Wonder.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan took to social media to share an adorable video of a differently-abled fan.
"Do not put your theories about me quitting social media. Main apni dhunki mein rehta hoon (I live by my will), and above all where am I on social media? I thought to myself that as it is I don't share anything, so I decided to quit," says Aamir.
Among the audience were 2,500 key health workers and their guests who had received tickets in recognition of their efforts during the pandemic.
Williams’ death marked the first time in history where a robot was held responsible for the murder of a human being, but it certainly was not the last.
Michelle Rasul, the turntable whiz from Azerbaijan, nodded her baseball cap-adorned head to the beat and showed off her skills scratching, cutting and fading.
Britain's Prince Harry and U.S. chat show queen Oprah Winfrey will premiere their television documentary series on mental health issues later this month, with singer Lady Gaga and actress Glenn Close among those contributing.