New Delhi: Photogs might have boycotted him but his fans can simply not. With Salman's 2 big releases this year, his fans couldn't have asked for more.
With worldwide release today, Salman Khan's Kick is surely hitting hard as fans and well-wishers have bombarded twitter with messages praising about the film.
Last night Salman's close friends and family were the ones who got the first glimpse of his #Kick ahead of everyone else.
The actor kept a private special screening that was attended by co-star Jacqueline Fernandez, and Nargis Fakhri.
Held in YRF studio, the screening was attended by Salman's father Salim Khan, his nephew Nirvaan, sister Alvira Khan husband Atul Agnihotri and their daughter, sister-in-law Malaika Arora Khan with her sister Amrita Arora.
Director Karan Johar was seen arriving in with his 'SOTY' kids Siddharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt.
Also seen arriving for the screening were coveted director David Dhawan and his family, producer-turned director Sajid Nadiadwala, Aditya Roy Kapur, politician Milind Deora with his wife, noted director Tingmanshu Dhulia, friend Mahesh Manjrekar with his family, Suraj Pancholi with his mother Zarina Wahab, Shaina NC, Puneet Issar, actor Suniel Shetty with his wife Mana and son, former co-star Daisy Shah, music composer Sajid.
Take a look at guests...
Producer-turned- director a beaming Sajid Nadiadwala was spotted arriving for the special screening of his just released #Kick.
Also seen were Salman's father and noted writer Salim Khan along with his grandson Nirvaan.
Salman Khan's sister Alvira Agnihotri, husband and director Atul Agnihotri too were seen arriving for the screening and accompanying them was their daughter.
Both Salman's co-stars this year Diasy Shah (Jai Ho), and Jacqueline Fernandez (Kick) were caught arriving to attend the special screening being held in YRF studios.
Noted director Karan Johar also came in along with his 'Student Of The Year' stars Alia Bhatt and Siddharth Malhotra.
Both Alia and Siddharth was caught displaying various expressions as they tried to make way for their ride through the crowd.