Veteran actor Dharmendra stated he had known as Salman Khan after he heard that the actor was bitten by a snake and was relieved to search out that the celebrity was “fit and fine”. Salman Khan was bitten by a non-venomous snake at his farmhouse close to Panvel within the adjoining Raigad district. The actor was taken to a hospital at Kamothe in Navi Mumbai and was discharged in a while Sunday morning. When a fan requested Dharmendra to wish Salman Khan, who turned 56 on Monday (December 27), the veteran stated his prayers are at all times with him.
The 86-year-old actor, who’s an in depth household good friend of the Khan household, tweeted, “Malik, Salman is like a son to me. He too has great love and respect for me. I always pray on his birthday and wish him the best. I got worried and called him after the news of a snake bite. He is fit and fine.” Dharmendra additionally shared an image with Salman Khan and wrote, “Long live”.
Malik, Salman is sort of a son to me…. He too have nice love and respect for me . I at all times pray on his Birthday and wish him the Best . I obtained frightened and known as him after the information of a snake chew . He is match and high-quality. 🙏
— Dharmendra Deol (@aapkadharam) December 27, 2021
Post his discharge from the hospital, Salman Khan was again to his farmhouse, the place he interacted with the media.
The actor stated “A snake had entered a room in my farmhouse and the children got scared. So I took it outside using a stick. Gradually it reached onto my hand. I then grabbed it with my other hand to release it. When our staff saw the snake, they thought it was poisonous and due to the commotion that followed, the snake bit me not once but thrice.”
Salman stated he additionally spoke to his frightened father, veteran screenwriter Salim Khan, after the incident and warranted him that each “Tiger and snake” have been doing high-quality, referring to his character of Tiger, a spy within the blockbuster movies `Ek Tha Tiger` and `Tiger Zinda Hai`. He stated “When I came back, we let go of the snake. My sister got really scared, so I clicked a picture with the snake for her. Saanp se dosti hogyi (made friends with the snake),” he quipped, including, “My dad asked me ki kya hua? Saanp zinda hai? So I said yes, tiger bhi zinda hai, saanp bhi zinda hai.”
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