Won’t be able to write my au­to­bi­og­ra­phy: Sal­man Khan

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Ac­tor Sal­man Khan, who is known for his flam­boy­ant im­age and colour­ful life, says he would not be able to write his au­to­bi­og­ra­phy.

Present at the launch of vet­eran ac­tor Asha Parekh’s au­to­bi­og­ra­phy, Sal­man said, “Writ­ing an au­to­bi­og­ra­phy, un­veil­ing your life story is very tough, I won’t be able to write one.” He quipped, “I think, Dharam ji (Dhar­men­dra) will un­der­stand why.”

Sal­man also drew com­par­isons be­tween cur­rent fe­male ac­tors and the yes­ter­year ones. “In those days Asha aunty, Saira (Banu) aunty, He­len aunty among oth­ers were close to each other. They were gen­uine friends. I think, these days girls should learn from them, as they lead a great life. Our gen­er­a­tion misses that out,” he said.

Thank­ing Sal­man for writ­ing the fore­word of her book, Asha said, “The idea of writ­ing an au­to­bi­og­ra­phy came along with ques­tions. But, I speak the truth in my book; I tried to be hon­est with­out sen­sa­tion­al­is­ing any­thing. I’m thank­ful to the peo­ple, who sup­ported me in film in­dus­try and my fans to keep show­ing in­ter­est in my work and life.”

PHOTO: RAAJESSH KASHYAP/HT

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