Salman Khan Apologises To Athiya Shetty For THIS Sweet Reason; Here’s How Her Father Suniel Shetty Reacted

Suniel Shetty has a warm and sweet reply to Salman Khan’s apology for his daughter Athiya Shetty. Read on!

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Salman Khan Apologises To Athiya Shetty For THIS Sweet Reason; Here’s How Her Father Suniel Shetty Reacted
Superstar Salman Khan shares a great bond with his fellow actor Suniel Shetty. In fact, the Dabangg star launched his daughter Athiya Shetty under his production film ‘Hero’, co-starring Aditya Pancholi's son Sooraj Pancholi. Over the years, Salman and Suniel’s bond has got even stronger - so much so that recently Salman apologised to Athiya Shetty for not following her on his Instagram. He also mentioned that he would rectify his mistake. And this sweet apology for an even sweeter reason won over the senior Shetty.

During his appearance on younger brother Arbaaz Khan’s new talk show Pinch 2, Salman was asked by the host to guess which one of the three, Katrina Kaif, Athiya Shetty and Sangeeta Bijlani, he does not follow on Instagram. A confused Salman took Sangeeta's name but Arbaaz told him that he doesn't follow Athiya Shetty. The 55-year-old actor immediately apologised to Athiya and assured he would rectify his by following her.

While speaking with the Times of India, Suniel Shetty responded to the actor’s apology and stated that Salman is family. He was quoted as saying, “Whatever he does he does from his heart. When he said sorry to Athiya on screen, it is the cutest thing to happen. They have a beautiful relationship. As for me, I cherish my relationship with him. And, it takes a man to say sorry. Fantastic!”

Further, Arbaaz asked Salman his favourite film from Dabangg 1, Dabangg 2, Dabangg 3 and Dabangg 4, the superstar chose Dabangg 4. To this, Arbaaz said, "Inhone bata diya ki ab woh bhi banne vali hai (He revealed that Dabangg 4 will be made.)”

Nikkhil Advani’s 2015’s romantic action drama Hero was a modern take on Subhash Ghai’s 1983 blockbuster film of the same name - which starred Jackie Shroff in the lead role. The movie was produced by Salman Khan and Subhash Ghai under Salman Khan Films and Mukta Arts, with Eros International. It marked Athiya Shetty and Sooraj Pancholi’s Bollywood debut.





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