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'They don't make amazing people like you anymore': Arpita Khan wishes brother Salman Khan on his b'day
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'They don't make amazing people like you anymore': Arpita Khan wishes brother Salman Khan on his b'day

| @indiablooms | 27 Dec 2022, 10:56 pm

Mumbai/IBNS: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who is celebrating his 57th birthday on Tuesday, received a heartwarming wish from his sister Arpita Khan.

Sharing an adorable photo on her Instagram handle, in which the superstar is kissing her forehead, she posted an emotional note.

Calling Salman Khan her "life line," Arpita wrote, "Happiest Birthday to my life line, they don't make amazing people like you anymore. Thank you for being you bhai I love you."

Soon after she shared the post, Riteish Deshmukh dropped green heart emoticons.

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.

In one of the videos, Shah Rukh Khan was spotted coming out of Salman's Bandra house in Mumbai, hugging him multiple times before taking a seat in his car.

On the work front, Salman, one of the massively popular film stars in India, will next feature in Farhad Samji's Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan.

Shah Rukh is all set to return to films with Pathaan, which is slated for Dec 25, 2023 release.


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