Salman Khan to host kids based Reality show?

Buzz is that Dabangg superstar Salman Khan will soon be back on the small screen as a reality show host and if the rumours are to believed then this is going to be a kid based reality show.
ANI | By HT Correspondent, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAR 03, 2013 06:39 PM IST

Buzz is that Dabangg superstar Salman Khan will soon be back on the small screen as a reality show host and if the rumours are to believed then this is going to be a kid based reality show.

It was also heard that Salman is even teaching ABCD to some kidos but buzz also has it that Salman's very own archrival SRK is also set to clash with him on the small screen with the second season of his own kids based show, Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain?

MORE ON SALMAN KHAN Khan creates fan frenzy in Dubai

Last month, HT Café first reported that Salman Khan will start filming brother Sohail’s next, Mental, in Dubai. Now, as the actor is in the middle of his first schedule in the desert city, he seems to have created nothing less than a frenzy in Dubai. Apparently, his fans have placed themselves across remote parts of the city to keep an eye about his whereabouts.

A couple of days ago, Salman was first spotted at the Saif Belhasa Driving Institute in Dubai to shoot a scene. Soon enough, one of his fans used his Twitter account to confirm the same. “In fact, he also immediately uploaded an amateur video (which isn’t very clearly shot) of Salman’s presence and shoot at Belhasa. Whenever we go around the city, we see a number of fans ready with their video cameras and mobile phones to capture his every movement,” says an insider close to Salman. SALMAN'S FAN FOLLOWING

Salman Khan set to endorse fairness cream, after Shah Rukh Khan
Salman Khan is set to follow the footsteps of Shah Rukh Khan, John Abraham and Shahid Kapoor. The Dabangg actor has reportedly signed the deal for endorsing a leading brand of men's fairness cream.

Mid Day reported on Thursday that Salman hqas been paid at least a couple of crores for the endorsement deal. The daily further said that the company that has signed Salman Khan for the endorsment is making its debut in the market of whitening cream for men.

Salman Khan felicitates students, Chulbul Pandey style

Salman Khan was in Noida on Friday to promote rural youth empowerment under the banner of his NGO Being Human. For all the charity the Bollywood actor is involved in, philanthropy is certainly not what rules his mind - fun rules above all for this Khan.

Salman Khan honoured students from rural areas who have excelled in their exams at Career Development Centre – a Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Initiative.

Salman Khan was in his Chulbul Pandey avatar at the event. Looking at one pretty teacher, Salman Khan said,"Aisi khoobsurat teachers milein to mai fir se daakhila le lun. Humare time pe aisi khoosurat teachers nai hoti thi. (If I can find teachers as beautiful as you, I am ready to take admission and become a student again. We didn't have beautiful teachers during my childhood.).

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Are you a romantic person?

You don’t know? You should be the last person asking me this question. Kya yaar? I am upset now (smiles).

Salman Khan to debut as awards show host

Hosting a TV show is nothing new for actor Salman Khan, who’s done it successfully a couple of times before. But for the first time, the actor will be the host of an awards ceremony. Salman, who usually chooses to stay away from such events, will make his debut as a host at the upcoming 8th Renault Star Guild Awards 2013.

Cricket is first love of actors, I may play next year: Salman Khan

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who was guest of honour at the opening ceremony of the third edition of Celebrity Cricket League (CCL), is happy that actors are doing well on the cricket field and says he may hit the ground next year.

The month-long tournament began on Saturday. "I may play next year. The disadvantage with actors is that we are very busy. We have very long hours of work. In spite of all this, they are playing well. This is because cricket is their first love," Salman told reporters Saturday, at the end of the second match here.
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