‘Dabangg’ Salman Khan’s Double-Duty in Delhi

Salman Khan travelled to Delhi for the promotions of 'Dabangg 2'. And while he was there, he attended a press conference to speak about ‘Dabangg 2’, and he also interacted with the families of martyrs, at the Delhi Police General Officers’ Mess.
Salman Khan travelled to Delhi for the promotions of 'Dabangg 2'. And while he was there, he attended a press conference to speak about ‘Dabangg 2’, and he also interacted with the families of martyrs, at the Delhi Police General Officers’ Mess.

[imagebrowser id=257] NEW DELHI: Salman Khan, Bollywood’s ‘Dabangg’ superstar, whose next film ‘Dabangg 2’ is up for release, recently travelled to the Capital city. And while he was there, the man was on double-duty; so to speak…

Yes, folks your favorite superstar Salman Khan is also a hardworking man. Something we wouldn’t know, considering how easy and effortless the superstar makes it all look. But Salman Khan fulfilled both his professional obligations while in the Capital recently: he attended a press conference to speak about ‘Dabangg 2’, and also interacted with the families of martyrs, at the Delhi Police General Officers’ Mess.

At both events, Salman dressed appropriately and wowed us with his presence of mind. At the press con, he was his usual charming, witty self as he went about his task, spewing witty one-liners for the assembled press. He pretty much made their lives much easier, by giving them what they asked for, and wrote their headlines for them with his inimitable wit and charm. Salman wore a navy blue shirt and jeans, and was joined by his younger brother and debutant director Arbaaz Khan at the press meet.

Later in the evening, Salman rushed to the Delhi Police General Officers’ Mess and was his gracious self, as he honoured the brave families of the martyrs. Clad in a different shirt with a blazer on top, Salman looked effortlessly stylish.

Salman, as we are aware is quite a softie underneath that tough, macho exterior; and he was moved to tears by the tales of bravery put forth by the families. So much so, that he went out of his way to make the surviving members feel special, and honoured them with flowers and kind words. Surely, this was an evening they would not want to forget in a hurry.