Salman Khan’s nephew Abdullah Khan passes away

The latter was also a fitness inspiration for many as the two shared a striking resemblance


Entertainment Desk March 31, 2020

Salman Khan’s nephew Abdullah Khan has recently passed away, leaving the actor and other celebrities in utter shock. The star confirmed the news on his social media recently.

Abdullah was reportedly admitted to the Kokilaben Ambani Hospital in Mumbai a few days back. As per multiple reports, Abdullah died of lung infection, while the official details have not been revealed yet, according to News18.

Though Abdullah did not have any connection with Bollywood, he often appeared in numerous pictures and videos shared by Salman Khan on his social media handles.

Read: Salman Khan to support 25000 daily wagers amid corona crisis

A few months back, the Bharat actor uploaded a video with Abdullah on his Instagram which instantly went viral. He was seen lifting his well-built nephew on his shoulders and speaking to the camera.

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Abdullah had a good physique just like Salman and served as a fitness inspiration for many. He also seemed to have his own loyal fan base which is evident from millions of comments that have been pouring in on Salman’s posts.

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Salman shared a throwback monochromatic picture of himself posing with his nephew as he announced his death, writing, "Will always love you." . The two also shared a striking resemblance as they posed in a similar manner.



Daisy Shah, Salman Khan's co-star from Jai Ho and Race 3, also took to Twitter to post a picture of Abdullah, referring him as "bestie" as she mourned his demise.

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Whereas Abdullah's last Instagram post was coupled with a motivational quote that read, "We fall, we break, we fail. But then we rise, we heal and we overcome."

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