On August 29, the 49-year-old Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor took to Twitter to give birthday greetings to the Siva star and also wished luck to newcomers Akhil and Sayesha Saigal, grandniece of veteran actor Dilip Kumar, for their upcoming film Akhil
The video below appears to show Salman getting jiggy to the song Daddy Mummy from 2009 film Villu. The playlist also included Selfie Le Le Re from Salman's latest blockbuster Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Salman Khan posted on Twitter: "Kick n bajrangi bhaijaan k baad nawaz ki film Manjhi release hogayi hai aaj wishing @Nawazuddin_S n the team all the best n a big hit"
Salman was of the opinion that unless Geeta's parents or siblings come forth and are willing to care for her, she should remain in Pakistan with the Edhi family. His blunt response was clearly not the reaction Geeta had anticipated. Her expression said it all
"It is sweet of people to say that. I think there are a lot of other people who deserve the National Award than me. I appreciate that. People have loved the film, watched it three four times. That is the National Award for me," Salman said
Salman said that Geeta should be looked after well once she's brought back to India. "She must be having her own family and friends there. We should make sure her life out here is a lot better than it was there"
Bajrangi Bhaijaan is behind Aamir's PK in overall collections but, given that the film is still showing across the country, that's a record Salman is within shattering distance of
"Because our film is still running in the theatres and has been successful, if we use this platform to talk about Geeta's case, then the news will spread further," said Bajrangi Bhaijaan director Kabir Khan
Bajrangi Bhaijaan, which released on July 17, narrates the story of an Indian man who discovers love and affection while taking a speech-impaired Pakistani girl back to her country
The film is within a bridgeable distance of breaking the record set by Aamir Khan's PK
"I really liked the film. I even told Salman that he came across in a completely new avatar. And it's a different kind of emotional connect that he's got with the audience this time around," Bhagyashree said
"I would love to watch this movie again and again as such a film is not made every day"