Life used to be black and white, now it is grey: Salman Khan

The Bollywood star had something rather philosophical to write in his latest Instagram post

July 14, 2019
PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/SALMAN KHAN

In case you haven't noticed, Bollywood star Salman Khan has recently upped his Instagram game.  He is well-known for sharing fitness photos, funny videos and now philosophical portraits with his 24.5 million followers.

Turns out the Bharat actor does have a thing or two to say that many of us might relate to.  His latest monochrome post on the social media platform highlights a deep, philosophical quote that we might often wonder about but perhaps never speak about, reported Pinkvilla.

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Khan wrote, "Life used to be black-and-white, yes or no, truth or lies, it was crystal clear now perhaps it’s grey, it’s maybe. Who the hell cares, is that true? Hope not for God’s sake. Long live morals and principles and ethics."



Seems like the star also likes showing the world his softer side, also recently posting a video on his profile while making some art, which Khan said was a visual depiction of the Bollywood song Har Dil "While sketching a song of Har Dil played and this dialogue was written by my friend Sajid Nadiadwala grandson, at that point in time I thought it was complete but..."



On the work front, the Wanted actor has a series of projects lined up, including Dabangg 3 opposite Sonakshi Sinha. Following that, the star will be seen in Inshallah with Alia Bhatt and finally, Kick 2 with Jacquline Fernandez.

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