Having been in the industry for the longest time, Salman Khan has seen the catfights we only hear about, among actresses. So with experience, does the man speak, that ladies in B-town, learn something from Asha Parekh, Waheeda Rahman and Helen, about friendship! At the book launch of Asha Parekh's autobiography, Khan was present to unveil the book. Along with him, there were several actors and friends of the yesteryear actress. Dharmendra, Helen, Waheeda Rehman, Bindu and more were present for the launch. It was during this time that the three actresses embraced their long lasting friendship. Seeing this, an elated Salman talked about their friendship and how actresses in today's time especially need to learn from them. Those are the Tiger Zinda Hai actor's words! "Asha aunty, Helen and Waheeda aunty, they have all been friends since the beginning. You don't get to see such friendship today. Girls of today can especially learn from them," he said.
In all fairness, the actor does have a point. We've heard a lot about the catfights and animosity prevalent between actresses. We rarely come across actresses who are bffs in real life. In fact, there are just a handful we can name, who have been girl friends for the longest time and yes, Kareena Kapoor Khan's girl squad is very much a part of this. Anyway, so yes, there are often reports doing the rounds about tiffs between actresses. And looks like Khan wants to see some change in the atmosphere, especially between the ladies of the industry.
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Asha Parekh, the celebrated yesteryear actress had co-authored the biography with the eminent journalist, screen playwright, director, and movie critic, Khalid Mohammed. The foreword has been written by Salman. Shocked? Well, we aren't the least bit because we remember that he has written the screenplay of Veer (way back in the past, perhaps something he'd like to forget). However, don't expect him to write a book about his own life because that ain't happening. He said at the launch, “It’s a bravest thing to write their autobiography, mujhse toh kabhi na ho” (I can never do it). He then looked at Dharmendra and said , “Dharam ji samjhenge.”(Dharam ji will understand) And he starts laughing.
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