Salman Khan's Vanity Van Is As Luxurious As Your Dream House; Maybe Even Better - PICS INSIDE

Here's a look into Salman Khan's luxurious vanity van. Well, it is as good as your dream home.

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Salman Khan's Vanity Van Is As Luxurious As Your Dream House; Maybe Even Better - PICS INSIDE
Salman Khan is one of the biggest stars of the Indian film industry. He has been the favourite of many for decades and even at 50, he is the one who is ruling the hearts of his fans. Every Eid, his fans eagerly look forward to his film to release with the first day, first show running housefull always. Well, with all the fame coming his way, he of course, is bound to lead a luxurious life. While his home in Galaxy Apartment is beautiful, his farmhouse in Panvel boasts of luxury. Well, another asset of his that boasts of luxury is his vanity van.

A look into his vanity van and you'll get the feels of being in an extravagant mini-apartment which is on the wheels. Done in beige and white, Salman's vanity van has everything needed. From sofa sets, huge TV, a double bed to washroom, it is indeed a home away from home. The best parts of his vanity van though are the beautiful paintings on the sides. A huge picture of Salman Khan hangs in the living room of sorts of his vanity van. There is a huge mirror too attached to a dressing table, because of course, it is the vanity van of one of the biggest stars of Bollywood.

Here are some inside pictures of Salman Khan's vanity van. Take a look.


On the work front, Salman Khan's Radhe: The Most Wanted Bhai is lined up for release. However, it will release only once the lockdown ends and theatres reopen. Meanwhile, he'll be hosting Bigg Boss 14 which is expected to begin soon. (Also Read: Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif’s Tiger 3 To Be The Most EXPENSIVE Hindi Film Ever? Latest Reports Suggest So)
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