Salman Khan’s Words of Praise For Shah Rukh’s Heroic Act at Amitabh Bachchan’s Diwali Bash

This is what Salman Khan has to say after Shahrukh Khan came to the rescue of Aishwarya Rai‘s manager and got himself injured too.

Hero woh hai jo aag mein kudke, buja ke, bachata hai

Salman Khan took to his Instagram and shared a video of Shah Rukh Khan from Happy New Year, with Sallu Bhai’s own voiceover to the video.

Salman Khan Shah Rukh Amitabh Bachchan Diwali Bash
Salman Khan Shah Rukh Amitabh Bachchan Diwali Bash

Big B’s Diwali party became the talk of the town since many Bollywood celebrities attended the bash. But this party gained more attention for superstar Shah Rukh Khan‘s heroic act. As per a Mid-Day report, SRK had gone on to save Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s manager from a fatal accident that took place at the party.

Going into the details, Aishwarya’s manager Archana Sadanand’s lehenga caught fire at the Diwali party & Shah Rukh Khan came to her rescue like a knight in shining armor. He doused the fire with his jacket and in the process, both Archana & King Khan happened to suffer some burn injuries after the incident.

Salman and SRK who have been friends for a while now praised the latter’s heroic act on his Instagram. He did this job by sharing Shah Rukh’s video from Happy New Year, where his clothes were burning (of course with special effects). He also gave a voiceover to the video, “hero woh hota hai jo aag me kudke, bujha ke, bachata hain.”

Have a look at the video here:

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Talking about work, Aishwarya has collaborated with Mani Ratnam, Salman Khan was unable to work with Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and went on to do Radhe: India’s Most Wanted Bhai with his Dabangg 3 director Prabhu Deva.

Talking about Shah Rukh Khan he has not announced any film yet but there might be some hopes that the superstar might surprise his fans on November 2nd, when he will be celebrating  his birthday.


Gaurav Gupta

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