As Bollywood superstar Salman Khan turned 55 on Sunday, actress Jacqueline Fernandez shared an original birthday for him. Jacqueline shared an edited photo on her verified Instagram account showing herself with Salman as children. Their face and body have been altered to appear like teenagers. “Happy birthday @beingsalmankhan,” Jacqueline captioned the photo.
Meanwhile, other Bollywood celebrities also wished the actor on social media.
“Happy Birthday @beingsalmankhan to a great human being,” Katrina Kaif wrote on her Instagram story.
“Happy birthday @beingsalmankhan sir. Love you and a big THANK YOU :))))) # heartofgold #angel,” posted choreographer-filmmaker Remo D’souza.
“Happy Birthday @BeingSalmanKhan Hope you have a wonderful, happy and healthy day,” Madhuri Dixit said.
“Happy Birthday, Rockstar @BeingSalmanKhan. Thank you for being who you are! It has been almost two and a half decades of friendship, bonding and love. May you be blessed in abundance.
#FriendsLikeFamily #FriendsForever, ”Shilpa Shetty tweeted.
“Happy Birthday dearest @BeingSalmanKhan bhai. God bless you with much happiness and good health. Have a fabulous year ahead,” Neil Nitin Mukesh said.
“Happy birthday to the king of swag and the man who shirtless #Bollywood heroes! To @ BeingSalmanKhana¿ sir, have a happy, healthy and safe New Year!” wrote Swara Bhasker.
“We wish our Bhai Jaan a very happy birthday @BeingSalmanKhan. Lots of love – Yo YoA
#HappyBirthdaySalmanKhan, “rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh tweeted.
Khan, who is spending his birthday with family and close friends at his Panvel farm, interacted with some media and cut a cake in the early hours of Sunday.
“There are no celebrations this year, it’s just me and my family here and no one else. I was not in the mood to celebrate my birthday because it has been a terrible year for everyone. and a lot of people from the industry have passed by. So that doesn’t call for celebration, ”Khan told reporters.
The Bollywood star urged his fans to follow COVID-19 protocols in order to stay safe amid the pandemic.
“I just hope everyone is happy, healthy and safe and wearing masks. Continue to wash their hands and maintain social distancing to keep everyone safe,” he said. .
(With contributions from IANS)