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Salman Khan ditches car for cycle, auto ride (Movie Snippets)

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New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan ditched his regular luxury car drive for an auto-rickshaw ride back from the Mehboob Studio in Bandra here.

The 51-year-old actor, who was accompanied by filmmaker Ramesh Taurani, was spotted wearing a black t-shirt and dark brown pants while he was returning from the studio on Tuesday.

Earlier in the day, another video had emerged featuring the actor riding his newly launched Being Human e-cycle on the streets of Mumbai.

Salman currently awaits the release of his forthcoming film “Tubelight”. Directed by Kabir Khan, the film also features Salman’s brother Sohail Khan, Chinese actress Zhu Zhu and late actor Om Puri.

“Tubelight” releases on June 25.

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Would be exciting to collaborate with cousins: Mohit Marwah

Actor Mohit Marwah’s forthcoming film “Raagdesh” is set to clash with his cousin and actor Arjun Kapoor’s “Mubarakan” at the box office on July 28. For Mohit, competition doesn’t exist when it comes to family.

He says he would love to join forces with his star cousins.

Asked about his plans to work with cousins Sonam Kapoor and Arjun, Mohit told IANS: “It will be a very exciting collaboration if it happens… whenever it happens. If something interesting comes, we must explore. It’s also an exciting thought to collaborate with people you know… be it your friends or family.”

Talking about “Raagdesh”, Mohit said: “‘Raagdesh’ and ‘Mubarakan’ are different films. Mine is a period war drama and ‘Mubarakan’ is a comedy. They are set in different worlds and both will get their audience. Competition doesn’t exist when it comes to people I call my own.”

IANS

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