Twitter user calls Salman Khan ‘Fake person’, the Bollywood actor responds!

India’s extensively wanted actor, producer, singer, and television host, Salman Khan has been enormously loved in the industry for three decades now. His acting, his confidence, his personality has made him into the top-paid 100 celebrity entertainers in the world.

Not only his acting, but his charity has also made him a star in the eyes of his audience. He is often in the spotlight for his generous heart and expensive gifts to his co-actors and friends. Salman Khan is often praised as one of the most powerful personalities in the Bollywood industry.

Salman Khan responds to claims of having a Wife and a Daughter in Dubai

It is cognisance of the fact that the Dabanng Khan has been godfather to many and is also popular with his NGO “Being Human” community. The Bhai of Bollywood is often known to shower his love on his co-stars giving them super expensive gifts.

Case in point, his love life has always been one of the most talked-about topics on social media. The fact that the Bhaijaan of Bollywood is still a virgin has apparently stunned the whole B-Town. Despite the fact that his marriage has been the subject of much debate, he has stated that he is saving himself for the right one.

Not long ago, the Bollywood star featured as a guest on the talk show of his brother Arbaaz Khan named ‘Pinch’, which was telecasted very recently. According to the show, the host Arbaaz Khan hurl mean tweets or remarks at his guest, in a bid to trigger them. The same thing happened with Salman Khan as well.

Arbaaz Khan added that most of the comments on social media are positive. On the other hand, some of the tweets were mean. Meanwhile, he picked one of the tweets for Salman. A Twitter user called Salman a ‘fake person’, who is only pretending to be nice.

To which, Salman Khan said: “He must have had a bad experience somewhere. Biwi ne do comment acche maare mujpar, bacchi must love me, saying picture dekhni hai (which roughly translates to: Wife must have complimented me, or his child would have insisted on seeing my film).”