Salman Khan has Yet Another Good Luck Charm

Daijiworld Media Network

Mumbai, Aug 23: Most of us are aware of the fact that Salman Khan wears a turquoise blue bracelet on his right wrist as a good luck charm.

But what we are not aware of is that Salman has yet another good luck charm that has worked in his favour all the time. What could it be? No. Not a lady. The Indian Railways!

Apparently, the actor has so far insisted on having action sequences shot in or around trains.

Even in soon to release ‘Bodyguard’, the actor is reported to have requested for a similar scene in the movie that is scheduled to release on August 31, on Eid. Though it was not a part of the script initially, the makers of the film are tight lipped about the arrangements made to add the extra action sequence.

On being contacted, Siddique confirmed the news. “We have some good action scenes on the trains. I’m sure audiences will love them,” he said about Bodyguard, which also stars Kareena Kapoor. Sources from the film unit say that elaborate action scenes have been shot on trains, with Salman chasing and beating the bad boys. Nothing surprising in that now, is there?

His new lucky charm has worked wonders for the star in past movies like Tere Naam (2003), Wanted (2009) and Dabangg (2010). The bracelet that Salman wears is said to be a gift from his father to him.

Salman will soon be seen in up coming projects like Kabir Khan’s Ek Tha Tiger, followed by Sohail Khan’s Sher Khan, Arbaaz Khan’s Dabangg 2 and Shirish Kunder’s Kick.


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