With celebs practicing social distancing amid the novel coronavirus scare, Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who isn’t’ following suit, still managed to spend some quality time with his niece Ayat.
In a video surfaced online, Salman can be seen fist bumping with Ayat as he croons to ‘Main Hoon Hero Tera’ and then switches to enacting his wrestling moves from his film ‘Sultan’ and singing the title song with a twist. He says, “Khoon mein tere mitti, Mitti mein tera khoon, Upar Allah niche dharti, Beech mein tera (Ayat ka) junoon, Aye Sultan!”
Earlier, Ayat's mother Arpita shared a video of Salman showering kisses on the baby girl. Captioned as, “We love you Mamu” the video has been loved by several celebs from the film fraternity. Mini Mathur wrote, "How cuttttttte is baby ayat", while Elli AvrRam posted, "Omg adorable!!!!"
Arpita and Aayush Sharma welcomed their baby girl on December 27, 2019, Salman’s 54th birthday.
While film industries the world over are cancelling shooting schedules, release dates and other associated events owing to the global coronavirus pandemic, Salman doesn't seem to have problems going ahead with the shoot of his upcoming film "Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai".
Shooting of the film, co-starring Disha Patani, continues unabated in the city, and the makers insist they are strictly adhering to the safety norms of World Health Organisation (WHO). It seems the makers aim to complete shooting by the end of March, according to filmibeat.com.
While a chunk of the shoot has been completed in Mumbai and Goa, the current schedule includes some patchwork and a song being filmed on Salman and Disha, filmibeat.com added.
"Radhe" is directed by Prabhu Deva, who earlier called the shots on the Salman Khan films "Wanted" (2009) and "Dabangg 3" (2019). Salman and Disha were seen together in last year's "Bharat".
"Radhe" is said to be a Bollywood remake of the 2017 Korean action thriller, "The Outlaws". The film casts Salman as a cop, and also features Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff in pivotal roles.
The film is set to clash with the Akshay Kumar-starrer horror comedy "Laxmmi Bomb" during the Eid weekend this year.