Here’s What Salman Khan Replied To Brett Lee After The Australian Sent His Best Wishes For ‘Bharat’

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Finding superstars in one frame always makes headlines and more so when they belong to different fields. Here’s what Salman Khan replied to Brett Lee after the Australian sent best wishes for ‘Bharat’.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

Finding superstars in one frame always makes headlines and more so when they belong to different fields. Such a moment recently happened with Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif met Brett Lee. After the Australian expressed his delight at meeting the duo and conveyed his best wishes for ‘Bharat’, the ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ star also thanked the former fast bowler for the support. 

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Salman on Monday replied to Brett’s message, “Thank u Brett for ur good wishes....” The former cricketer also responded, “Pleasure “ 

The actor, along with co-star Katrina Kaif, had made an appearance on a TV show during the Indian Premier League final on Sunday, to promote their upcoming ‘Bharat.’ Brett had then shared a picture being flanked with the duo and called it ‘lovely’ to meet the two and wished them luck for the movie, also sharing its release date, June 5. 

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This is not Brett’s only association with stars from Bollywood. The Australian has previously recorded a music video with Asha Bhosle and also starred in a movie ‘UnIndian’ opposite Tannishtha Chatterjee. 

Meanwhile, Salman-Katrina's ‘Bharat’ is among the most anticipated releases of the year. The posters, trailers and the songs are already generating significant buzz. 

The movie, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, also stars Jackie Shroff, among others. 

 

 

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