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Salman Khan dances to his iconic song with boxer Nikhat Zareen, video trends big time
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Salman Khan dances to his iconic song with boxer Nikhat Zareen, video trends big time

| @indiablooms | 08 Nov 2022, 11:13 pm

Mumbai/IBNS: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is trending big time for recreating his iconic song 'Saathiya Tune Kya Kiya' from the film 'Love' with boxer Nikhat Zareen.

Sharing the video of the same on her Twitter handle, Nikhat Zareen, who is seen grooving to the melodious song with the superstar, wrote: "Dream come true. Finallyyyyy intezar khatam hua (Finally, the wait is over)."

In the video, Salman can be seen sporting a white shirt paired with black pants, while Nikhat can be seen in blue athleisure.

Nikhat Zareen is a boxer who won the gold medal for India in Women's World Championship held in May.

After Nikhat won the medal, Salman wished her on Twitter writing: "Congratzz on this gold Nikhat..."

On seeing this Nikhat replied on Twitter, "Being a die hard fan girl, It's one of my favourite dream that has come true. I could never believe that @BeingSalmanKhan would tweet for me. I'm so much humbled. Thank u so much for making my win more special . I'll savour this moment forever in my heart."

On the work front, Salman is busy shooting for his next film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, co-starring Pooja Hegde, Shehnaaz Gill and Raghav Juyal. He also has Tiger 3 lined up with Katrina Kaif. 

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