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Birthday bash: Video of Salman Khan hugging, kissing ex-girlfriend Sangeeta Bijlani goes viral
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Birthday bash: Video of Salman Khan hugging, kissing ex-girlfriend Sangeeta Bijlani goes viral

| @indiablooms | 27 Dec 2022, 01:35 pm

Mumbai/IBNS: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan on Monday night hosted a starry party at his Bandra home in Mumbai to celebrate his 57th birthday.

From Shah Rukh Khan to Suniel Shetty, celebrities toured Salman's house to wish the massively popular star of the country.

Showing courtesy, Salman headed out of his house on a number of occasions to see off the guests.

Out of many, a video showing Salman seeing off his ex-girlfriend Sangeeta Bijlani has grabbed the netizen's eyeballs.

In the viral video, Salman waits for Sangeeta's car to arrive.

When her car arrives, Salman hugs Sangeeta, kisses her forehead and even helps her to open the car's door.

Salman and Sangeeta had dated back in 1980s and 1990s for about a decade.

After they broke up, Sangeeta had married former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin, with whom she is now divorced.

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