Salman is very precious to me: Arbaaz

Actor-producer sings praises on older brother’s 50th birthday


Ians December 28, 2015
Salman, Arbaaz and Sohail Khan are the sons of screenwriter Salim Khan and his first wife Sushila Charak. PHOTO: FILE

MUMBAI: Actor-producer Arbaaz Khan says his brother and superstar Salman Khan, who has turned 50, is very precious to him and that their bond is very strong.

“He [Salman] is very precious to me... our family is such that we are ready to die for each other. We are always together. We lead our lives individually and don’t interfere in each other’s matters but in the hour of need we stand together,” Arbaaz said, responding to a question about his connect with the older brother.

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Salman, Arbaaz and Sohail Khan are the sons of screenwriter Salim Khan and his first wife Sushila Charak who later changed her name to Salma Khan. While Arbaaz is currently co-hosting the couple-based reality show Power Couple, Salman anchors Bigg Boss Nau. Together, they have worked in films like Hello Brother and Dabangg. Salman’s Dabangg 2 was also directed by Arbaaz.

Arbaaz credits their father for teaching their family to stay united. “Our father has taught us that ‘if you are together, nobody will try to break you’. That’s unity and it has power,” he said.

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Salman, who has been part of the Hindi cinema for over two decades and has given hits like Biwi Ho Toh Aisi, Maine Pyar Kiya, Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!, had a successful year at the box office. He starred in Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo; both of which did extremely well at the box office. Salman’s next big screen outing, Sultan, is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.

 

Published in The Express Tribune, December 29th, 2015.

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