Check out which iconic character from Salman Khan’s movies he would dedicate to Virat Kohli



During the much-awaited clash between the arch-rivals India and Pakistan which took place on October 14 in Ahmedabad, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan came to promote his upcoming movie Tiger 3 in the studio of Star Sports where he talked about multiple Indian cricketers.

Salman also heaped praise on India’s star cricketer Virat Kohli in his own style. He said that Kohli has scored many centuries and half-centuries against Pakistan. He also dedicated Kohli to one of his iconic characters from the movie Dabangg. Apart from his batting talent, Salman also heaped praise on Kohli’s fitness.

“Runs bhi toh itne banaye hai inhone, centuries banayi hai, half century banayi hai Pakistan ke against. Woh hai unka ek tajurba.” (He has scored so many runs, scored centuries and scored half-centuries against Pakistan. That is the kind of experience he has.) Salman was quoted as saying by Times Now. He also added that Kohli is a ‘Dabangg’ player.

“Virat ki khasiyat yeh hai ki har cheez hai unme. Physically fit hai, mentally strong hai, dedicated hai, apne kaam ko seriously lete hai, India ke liye khelte hai, apne liye khelte hai. All these are plus points,” (Virat’s speciality is that he has everything in him. He is physically fit. He is mentally strong. He is dedicated. He takes his work seriously. He plays for India. He plays for himself.) he added.

Salman Khan revealed that Shubaman Gill visited his home

Salman also talked about Shubman Gill’s return to the team after his recovery from Dengue. He said that before coming to play in the World Cup, he visited the actor at his home where he wished him to smash sixes in the tournament.

“Ji haan, world cup me abhi aaye hai, uske pehle ghar aaye the. Maine unko dua ki bahar nikal nikal ke maaro ball ko. Aur jaise hi ghar se nikle unko dengue ho gaya (Yes, he arrived in the World Cup now. Before that, he visited me at my home. I wished him to play well but as he left my home, he was diagnosed with dengue),” he added.

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