Throwback Thursday: When Shoaib-Yuvraj reached to play cricket on Salman's phone call, match happened in the hotel at midnight

Actor salman khan is in the headlines these days for his upcoming film Sikandar. This is his first film with South director AR Murugadoss. Recently the shooting of this film has started, after which the fans are very excited about this film. Amidst the discussion of Sikandar going on all around, in today's Throwback Thursday, we are going to tell you an interesting anecdote related to salman Khan.

Apart from acting, salman khan is known for his generosity and taking special care of his fellow actors. director Anees Bazmee considers him one of the best people in the industry. In an interview given some time ago, Anees praised salman khan a lot. Along with this, he also shared an interesting anecdote related to the actor.

Anees praised salman and said that he is a very good-hearted person. During this conversation, while remembering the time of the shooting of Ready, he told how salman called shoaib akhtar and yuvraj singh to play cricket to keep his son happy. Sharing the story, Anees said, "At that time we were shooting for Ready. My son was also with me. He must have been around 10 years old at that time. He is a big fan of cricket and he used to sleep with a bat and ball near his pillow."

He further said that one day my son saw shoaib akhtar and Yuvraj Singh and he started insisting on playing cricket with them. The director said, "On hearing his insistence, I asked him to sleep. He wanted shoaib akhtar to bowl for him. When salman came to know about this, he immediately called. In a short while, Shoaib and Yuvraj reached the hotel lobby with other cricketers and the game of cricket started."

Talking about the work front, the film Bhool Bhulaiyaa 3, directed by Anees Bazmee, is going to hit the theatres soon. The film is currently in the shooting phase. vidya balan and tripti dimri will also be seen in it along with Kartik Aryan. Fans are eagerly waiting for this film.

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