Along with making his debut in the writing career, Salman Khan launched yesteryears hit actress Asha Parekh’s memoirs, The Hit Girl, on Monday evening in Mumbai.
Salman Khan has surprised everyone once again by writing the foreword for none other than Asha Parekh’s autobiography, The Hit girl. After holidaying in Maldives with his family and alleged girlfriend Iulia Vantur, Salman Khan is back to work and is seen happy at his best. Yesterday at the launch event, the actor in his own trademark style said few words about the veteran actress’ autobiography.
Salman Khan in his speech said that he is quite nervous but yet excited about the book launch. The actor was quite restless and nervous throughout the day before the launch event as he had no idea to speak what.
The Bajrangi Bhaijaan said, “Asha aunty thank you very much, I don’t deserve being here. Pasine chhut rahe hai mere iss waqt (I am literally sweating right now), I don’t understand what to say. I think it is a very difficult thing for anyone to write their own autobiography, mujhse toh life mein kabhi na ho (I would never be able to do it in my lifetime)!” He then pointed to Dharmendra and said laughing, “Dharamji would understand!”
Salman Khan also had an advice for the young actress of today, he said, “We know Ashaji, all of us, from when we were kids and she has been very great to us, we all lived in the same compound. Helen aunty, my mother, and they all were so close, which today’s girls should understand that (the audience and Salman cracked up laughing). Saira aunty, Shammi aunty, Sadhana aunty — everyone has been really really close; it’s something that you don’t see anymore. I think that’s the best quality that generation had, and we have lost that quality! We become friends, but they were never not friends. Since the time they came into the movie industry, they were always together. Nanda aunty is no more, but Nanda aunty and Waheeda aunty were biggest of friends!”
Well, in obvious words Salman Khan had an advice for young actresses of today that includes Alia Bhatt, Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone, Kriti Sanon and many others. The book launch event witnessed B-town celebs Waheeda Rahman, Aruna Irani, Helen, megastar Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Jackie Shroff, Imran Khan and many more.