Salman Khan, a beloved figure in Bollywood, continues to win hearts with his acting prowess and captivating screen presence. Following his recent appearance in ‘Tiger 3’, actor Anupam Kher shared a delightful moment with the actor. Taking to his social media handle, Kher posted a picture of himself posing with Salman, creating a buzz among their admirers.
On his Instagram handle, Anupam Kher posted a picture of him and Salman Khan.In the picture, the actor looks dapper in a navy-blue striped blazer that he paired over matching trousers. He stood next to Salman, who wore a purple-coloured tee paired with denim jeans. Sharing the picture, Anupam wrote, “It’s always a pleasure to meet #Tiger, #SalmanKhan, and #Bhai.”

Anupam Kher and Salman Khan have shared the screen in several movies. The duo was last seen together in the movie ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’, which also starred Sonam Kapoor in a pivotal role.
On the work front, Anupam recently finished shooting for his upcoming movie ‘Vijay 69’. The actor got injured while shooting for the film. The film will narrate the life of a sexagenarian man who decides to compete in a triathlon contest at the age of 69. It is directed by Akshay Roy and produced by Maneesh Sharma.
Apart from this, Anupam also has ‘Emergency’ and ‘Signature’ on the upcoming list. He was recently seen in the web series ‘The Freelancer’ alongside Mohit Raina. The series is based on the book A Ticket to Syria by Shirish Thorat. Directed by Bhav Dhulia, it also stars Kashmira Pardeshi and Sushant Singh.

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