Salman Khan met Sana Khan at an award function but seemed too shy to even hug her properly -- See Photos

Salman Khan hugged Sana Khan at Big Zee Entertainment Awards but the embrace seemed awkward. See photos and decide

It was the star-studded night at The Big Zee Entertainment Awards on Saturday, July 29, with the presence of celebrities including Kajol, Sushant Singh Rajput, Aadar Jain, Anya Singh and Shahid Kapoor among others. But the one who grabbed the limelight at the event was none other than Salman Khan. Though he is known as Sultan of Bollywood, he is very shy when it comes to meeting actresses off-screen. And the recently held gala night proved to be a stage that captured Salman Khan in an awkward situation.

It is known that Bigg Boss ex-contestant and actress Sana Khan shares a very good rapport with Salman. And when the actress spotted him at the award show, she couldn’t help herself but approach him and gave the Dabangg Khan a hug. But it seems the Hate Story 3 actress, who looked stunning in her black backless outfit, made Salman uncomfortable as he responded to her hug reluctantly and with clenched fists.

Several pictures of the duo went viral on social media, and ever since, his fans took to the comments section and vehemently defended their “bhai”, giving excuses like “Bhai was just shy”. Check out the pictures and videos from the award night here:

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Salman Khan, Sana Khan, The Big Zee Entertainment Awards

Salman Khan and Sana Khan at The Big Zee Entertainment Awards (Courtesy /Instagram)

Salman Khan, Sana Khan The Big Zee Entertainment Awards

Salman Khan, Sana Khan The Big Zee Entertainment Awards

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On the work front, Salman was last seen in Tubelight which also featured Sohail Khan. As of now, he is busy shooting for his upcoming film Tiger Zinda Hai. The film, which also features Katrina Kaif in the female lead, is a sequel to Kabir Khan directorial Ek Tha Tiger. It is expected to hit the silver screen by the end of this year. The sequel is being directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.

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