It’s Raining Throwback Pics For Salman Khan Fans, Here Are Some Of His Childhood Pics

Salman Khan recently completed 31 years in the industry. To pay his gratitude to his fans, he shared a throwback picture. Now, brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri has shared some of Salman’s childhood pictures.

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It’s Raining Throwback Pics For Salman Khan Fans, Here Are Some Of His Childhood Pics
On Tuesday, Salman Khan took to social media to thank his fans for supporting him for as long as 31 years. It was in August 1988 that Salman Khan’s first Bollywood film Biwi Ho Toh Aisi with Rekha and Farooq Shaikh had hit the theatres. Salman thanked his fans for all the love and also shared a cute throwback picture from his childhood. Adding to the gallery, Salman’s brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri shared a few more pictures of Salman from his innocent days.

Atul shared two black and white images of Salman on Instagram. One picture has tiny Salman seated on his mother Salma Khan’s lap. Looks like since childhood, Salman was fond of going shirtless, just that in the picture he is completely naked. Thank god he is evolved now! The next picture is a portrait of Salman smiling and showing his teeth. He may be in primary school when this picture was clicked. He was a charmer since childhood, don’t you think so?

While thanking his fans on social media, Salman wrote, “A bigg thank u to the Indian film industry n to every 1 who has been a part of this 31 year journey specially all my fans and well-wishers who have made this amazing journey possible . .”

On the work front, Salman is currently working on Dabangg 3. He was set to feature in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Inshallah with Alia Bhatt but the film has been shelved for now. The reason for it is unknown; however, Salman has promised his fans that he will see them on Eid 2020 in theatres. That means, another film in the pipeline. 

Image Source: Instagram/beingsalmankhan
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