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A. handwritten letter Written by Salman Khan An article from the 1990s that he wrote shortly after the release of the 1989 film ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’, which he directed, was revealed. Sooraj Barjatya and starring Bhagyashree.
After the successful release of “Maine Pyar Kiya”, a handwritten letter reportedly written by Salman Khan has surfaced. The film, released on December 29, 1989, prompted a letter dated four months later in April 1990.

The actor, who was very impressed by the reactions to the film, thanked his fans in his letter and said: “Here’s a little thing I want you to know about me.

First of all, I have to thank you for accepting me and being my fans.”
Check out the letter here:

The letter also said: “I’m making the best scripts I can and focusing on them because I know that no matter what I do right now, I’ll be fine.”Maine Pyaar Kiya‘. So whenever you hear an announcement, be assured that it will be a good movie and I will give my 100%.”

“I love you and I hope you continue to love me because the day you stop loving me, you will stop watching my movies and that will be the end of my career,” the star said. Letter from the 90’s.

An excerpt from his letter reads: “As you already know about my personal life, I don’t have much to say.” In conclusion, Khan stated that he still has a long way to go. Salman wrote: “People say I made it but I don’t think so. I haven’t achieved this yet but I know one thing, I have been accepted by you.

Salman Khan’s professional horizons are brimming with excitement. Earlier this year, on Eid, he announced his collaboration with AR Murugadoss for ‘Sikandar’. Also, the highly anticipated sequels of ‘Kick’ and ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ are also in development. Moreover, there are rumors that they will get back together. Karan Johar It’s been almost 25 years since ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ for ‘The Bull’.

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