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Beep beep! Muzaffarnagar makes way for Sultan Salman Khan on a scooter

In the pictures, which were shared multiple times on Twitter, Salman is wearing a plaid shirt with a dark green sweater.

bollywood Updated: Apr 23, 2016 15:39 IST
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In the pictures, which were shared multiple times on Twitter, Salman is wearing a plaid shirt with a dark green sweater. (PTI)

The good residents of Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, witnessed an adorable sight on Friday when superstar Salman Khan made an appearance on the roads. What was cute about the sighting was that Salman was riding a bright blue scooter.

The actor is in town to shoot for his upcoming movie, Sultan. In the pictures, which were shared multiple times on Twitter, Salman is wearing a plaid shirt with a dark green sweater. A few school kids are also seen, apparently amused on seeing the actor.

Of course, a crowd did gather to get a better look of him but police ensured things didn’t get unruly.

Read: Randeep Hooda collapses on Sultan sets, to undergo surgery in Delhi

A few days ago, on April 13, Salman was at Delhi’s Thyagraj Stadium to shoot for the film. Dressed in a grey T-shirt and dark blue shorts, he entered the indoor stadium and immediately got down to business. Once he finished putting on the costume, he sure looked like Sultan Ali Khan, the wrestler on whom Salman’s character is based.

Bollywood actor Salman Khan spotted while shooting for his upcoming movie Sultan at Thyagaraj Sports Complex. (Waseem Gashroo/ Hindustan Times)

Produced by Aditya Chopra under the Yash Raj Films banner, Sultan is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.

The film centres around Sultan Ali Khan (Salman), a wrestler faced with problems in his professional and personal life and also stars Anushka Sharma in a pivotal role.

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