Although Salman Khan failed to meet Box Office expectations with his last film Tubelight, he is still the star who’s revered by his fans. He is still the talk of the town as far as his movies are concerned and over the years his performance has also garnered attention from the international media. The actor was in the news few months ago for having been invited along with a group of other celebrated Bollywood personalities to be a part of the Academy Award voting panel. Now he has been bestowed with yet another international honour and we are certainly very proud of the superstar.
What international honour you may ask? Well the 51-year-old star has been honoured by UK’s House of Common, which if we are to look at from the point of view of the Indian Parliamentary system, it is equivalent to our Lok Sabha. He has been awarded for his phenomenal efforts and achievement for Global Diversity by Rt Hon Keith Vaz, British MP and the British Parliament’s longest-serving British Asian MP. Check out the pics from the event below:
Salman Khan has just wrapped up a hectic 51-day shoot schedule in Abu Dhabi with Katrina Kaif for his The film is upcoming actioned packed filmu, Tiger Zinda Hai which is slated to release on December 22 this year. The film is a sequel to his 2012 release Ek Tha Tiger. However, this one will be helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar who had directed Sultan. Apart from this, Salman Khan will star in Remo D’Souza’s Race 3 alongside JacquelineFernandez.