Salman Khan was present at the launch of veteran actress Asha Parekh’s autobiography The Hit Girl on Monday in Mumbai. Though he has never shied away from doing anything, at the launch he said that he won’t be able to write his autobiography. You must be wondering why? “I don’t think I deserve to be here but feeling really honoured as Asha aunty is very dear to our family. Writing an autobiography, unveiling life story is very tough, I won’t be able to write one. I think Dharam ji (Dharmendra) will understand why” news agency IANS quoted him as saying.
This is not the first time Salman said this publically. Even during the autobiography launch of Sania Mirza’s Ace against Odds, Salman said that he will never share his life with others.
Meanwhile, Salman also stressed out on the fact that due to professional competition, today’s actresses did not get along well.
“In those days Asha aunty, Saira (Banu) aunty, Helen aunty among others were so close to each other. They were genuine friends. I think these days girls should learn it from them, they lead a great life. I think our generation, we miss that out.”
Apart from Salman, the event was also attended by many iconic personalities including Salim Khan, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Waheeda Rahman, Jackie Shroff, Helen, Arpita Khan, and Imran Khan among many others.
On the film front, Salman Khan is gearing up for the release of his upcoming film Tubelight. Directed by Kabir Khan, the film also stars Chinese actress and singer Zhu Zhu. It also has Shah Rukh Khan in a special appearance.
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