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Salman Thanks Specially-Abled Fan for Portrait, Sylvester Reacts 

Salman Khan shared a video of a special fan on Instagram.

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Breaking the pattern of Salman Khan’s fitness Instagram videos is his latest post. The Dabangg actor on Tuesday night took to social media to share a special video that’s bound to make you warm with all kinds of feelings. Now, Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone has commented on Salman’s post, expressing his appreciation as well.

Salman shared a heartwarming video of a specially-abled fan making a portrait of the actor. In the video, she can be seen sketching him by holding a colour pencil in between her toes. In the background, a popular Salman Khan track ‘Teri Chunariya Dil Le Gayi’ from the film Hello Brother is playing.

Salman wrote while sharing the video: “God bless... can’t reciprocate the love but prayers and much love !!!”

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Rocky Balboa himself Sylvester Stallone also reacted to the video, commenting, “That is love and devotion, Sly.” Check it out.

Sylvester Stallone comments on Salman Khan’s post.
(Photo Courtesy: Instagram)
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Recently, Salman hopped onto the #BottleCapChallenge bandwagon and shared another video on social media. However, the video comes with his own unique message. While Salman does look like he’s going to kick the bottle cap, he stops just before he’s about to and blows away the bottle cap instead. Ending the video with a sincere, “paani bachao (save water)“ message.

Watch it here:

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Salman was last seen in Bharat with Katrina Kaif. Bharat is a remake of the Korean drama film Ode to my Father. Salman is currently prepping for his next Eid release Inshallah which also stars Alia Bhatt.

Salman is all set to produce the Pankaj Tripathi-Monal Gajjar-starrer Kaagaz, which marks Satish Kaushik’s directorial comeback five years after Gang of Ghosts, reports Mumbai Mirror. Kaagaz is based on a real life story of a UP farmer, Lal Bihari, who was declared dead on paper by his relatives in an attempt to take his land.

According to reports, Salman will also be reuniting with Aamir Khan for a sequel of the 1994 hit comedy film Andaz Apna Apna.

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