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Home / Bollywood / Salman Khan lookalike spotted in Karachi, Twitter wants to know what Bhai is doing in Pakistan. Watch video

Salman Khan lookalike spotted in Karachi, Twitter wants to know what Bhai is doing in Pakistan. Watch video

Twitter has found a Salman Khan lookalike wandering the streets of Karachi. Check out the video here.

bollywood Updated: Jan 22, 2019, 10:54 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times
Salman Khan (R) and his doppelganger on the left.
Salman Khan (R) and his doppelganger on the left.

A video of a man that the internet believes looks uncannily like the Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has gone viral. The video, originally shared on the app Tik Tok, shows a man fiddling with a motorcycle in the Pakistani city of Karachi.

Dressed in a long-sleeved T-shirt and wearing sunglasses, the man has the same slicked back hair that Salman sports, and a similar sense of fashion. “Salman Khan in Bolton Market,” says a man in the video.

 

Several people noticed the similarities and shared pictures of the man on social media; some even tagged Salman in their posts. But the Race 3 actor has yet to comment on his doppelganger.

“Bhai what are you doing in Karachi?” one person asked.

 
 
 
 
 

Salman’s upcoming film, Bharat, will feature a different lookalike. Dubbed the ‘Tyrion Lannister of Kashmir’ a man who looks a lot like the Game of Thrones actor will be a part of the film, set around a circus troupe. Salman will play the same character over multiple decades in the ambitious drama, also set to star Katrina Kaif and comedian Sunil Grover.

Also read: Salman Khan has found a Peter Dinklage lookalike for Bharat, see pic

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Bharat arrives after the disappointing Race 3, which was considered a critical and commercial underperformer. Salman has previously collaborated with Ali on Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai.

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