Superstar Salman Khan’s secular nature is not a new thing. The Bodyguard actor celebrates Eid, Ganesh Chaturthi, Janmashtmi, Diwali and most festivals that India and Indians follow with equal fervour. But for the first time we hear that the 40-plus actor also indulges in festivities associated with Lord Shiva. The actor returned from Cuba, where he was shooting for Ek Tha Tiger, and headed straight from the airport to his farmhouse in Panvel. According to reports, Salman and his father Salim Khan have been preparing for a big puja for Maha Shivratri. Not many know that they have Lord Shiva temple on the family farmhouse. After the puja they will have a feast for the underprivileged, similar to the one they have on Iftaar every year. Apart from family members, more than 100 villagers from nearby will attend the celebrations. However, the superstar doesn’t intend to return to his Mumbai home yet. Salman will rest and relax till the first week of March, just a few days before he begins to shoot for his home production Dabangg 2.
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