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This is how Salman Khan turned saviour for Anupam Kher when he paased out in New York

Salman Khan's gesture for Anupam Kher will win your heart.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: August 01, 2017 13:34 IST ]
Anupam Kher, Salman Khan- India TV

Superstar Salman Khan shares a great camaraderie with many B-town celebrities. The recent gesture by the actor for veteran actor Anupam Kher will surely win many hearts. During IIFA Awards 2017 in New York, Kher experienced a blank out and it was Bhaijaan’s timely act that saved the star from consequences. Salman helped him and instantly called paramedics, who came immediately for his check-up. He refuted reports suggesting possibility of a heart ailment in his latest tweet.

He tweeted, “Dear #MumbaiMirror. Let me unburden u. This is about me. Hadn't eaten for hours so had blanked out. @BeingSalmanKhan called paramedics.”

The actor finally talked about the incident and revealed that in New York during IIFA, he was in Salman’s room when his sugar level dropped and he blanked out as he was hungry for one-and-a-half days. The superstar called paramedics, who came instantly. He added that he told paramedics that he didn’t need further treatment but they asked for a full check-up. Anupam was glad that Salman remained alert and was there with him all the time.

Well, once again the superstar has won hearts with his sweet gesture.

On a related note, Anupam won the Award for Best Supporting Actor for his film MS Dhoni: An Untold Story. The actor will next be seen in The Accidental Prime Minister playing the role of former PM Manmohan Singh. The movie will hit the screens next year.

Also read: Salman Khan to produce Akshay Kumar’s next film? Here’s what Toilet: Ek Prem Katha actor said

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