Salman Khan has done it again! After he got the male crème of Bollywood to walk the ramp for him last year, this year Salman ...
Check out the ladies! Bipasha, Kareena, Sushmita, Karishma, Katrina, Rani, Priyanka and Preity walk the ramp for Salman Khan's Being Human Show.
Classic era revisited! Representing the classic 50s era, sultry Bipasha Basu impresses in her modelling avatar.
Fashion through the ages! Note the power shoulders and a peak a boo with a bustier, Kareena sizzles the ramp in a 80s inspired look.
The ladies man! Salman Khan looks mighty impressed with his envious turn out of showstoppers and who wouldn't be.
The good ol' days! Yummy mummy Karishma Kapoor looks radiant in a typical 60s buffet hairdo and a gorgeous sari.
Magic of 70s! After losing oodles of weight, Sushmita Sen made heads turn in a golden mini.
Don't miss the ex! No one dared to bat an eye-lid as Salman's ex-girlfriend Katrina Kaif took the center stage.
Hand in hand! The ladies give their personal enmity a backseat and walk hand in hand for Salman's charitable cause in style.
Golden era! Preity Zinta opens the show in a 20s style dress with a wide-rimmed hat.
Actor Salman Khan is known for going out of his way for his friends. The latest we’ve heard is that he recently delivered lectures at the acting school run by his good friend, veteran film-maker, Subhash Ghai. “He took a couple of acting classes. He spoke about the difference between an actor and a star. He spoke very well,” says Ghai.
The film-maker adds that whenever Salman comes to Filmcity, he makes it a point to visit the campus. He says, "The students just love him. Apart from chatting with them, sometimes, he even goes to the gym and works out with them for a while."
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Ghai has always claimed that Salman is like family to him. Last year, the film-maker also gave the rights to his 1983 film, Hero, to the actor for a remake. Reports also suggest that the two are set to team up again, too, after Yuvvraaj (2008). But since the actor is busy with other films, the project will take time to go on the floors. "We often discuss our projects and share our thoughts on various issues," says Ghai.