Paris Hilton seems to be IMPRESSED with Salman Khan's 'Bharat Ki Jawani' poster; Here's the PROOF
Hollywood socialite Paris Hilton commented on Bharat's new poster shared by Salman Khan on Instagram.
- Salman Khan shared a new poster of 'Bharat'on April 16
- The actor captioned the post as ,''Bharat Ki Jawani''
- Paris Hilton dropped a comment on Salman's Instagram post
Salman shared the new poster along with the caption, ‘’Jawaani humari Jaaneman thi! ???????? #BharatKiJawaani.’’
Check out the photo!
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From tinsel town celebs to his fans, everyone is raving about Salman Khan’s look. It seems even Hollywood star Paris Hilton is impressed with the actor’s look in the new poster. The renowned fashion designer posted an emoticon in the comments section.
For the uninitiated, Parish Hilton and Salman Khan are good friends since 2014. The American socialite met the ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ actor at the birthday party of Balaji Rao, owner of Venkateshwara Hatcheries. The two celebs were spotted dancing till the wee hours of the morning at the bash. It was rumoured that Salman gifted Paris his iconic bracelet back then.
Talking about ‘Bharat’, the film will hit the silver screens on Eid this year. The Ali Abbas Zafar directorial is the Hindi adaptation of South Korean drama ‘Ode to my Father’. The trailer of the will be unveiled on April 24.
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