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Salman Khan gets nostalgic while sketching

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Mumbai, July 2, 2019-

Actor Salman Khan, who paints often, has dedicated his latest piece of art to his 2000 film “Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega…”.

Salman on Tuesday took to Twitter and shared a video in which he is seen sketching.

“While sketching, a song of ‘Har Dil…’ played and this dialogue was written by my friend Sajid Nadiadwala’s grandson at that point in time. I thought it was complete but…,” Salman captioned the video.

He drew a face in charcoal on a white sheet of paper and also wrote a dialogue from the film on another paper.

“Itna karo ki kabhi kam na pade, par saala kam pad hi jaata,” the dialogue read.  (Agency)

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