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Salman Khan Eats Grass With His Horse, Calls It 'Breakfast With My Love'; JUST WATCH

Salman Khan shared a video of enjoying breakfast with his horse, where he can be seen feeding the horse some greens and also munching on those himself.

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Salman Khan is currently at his farmhouse in Panvel with his nephew Nirvaan Khan, where the two got stuck as the lockdown was announced. The actor shared a video of enjoying breakfast with his horse, where he can be seen feeding the horse some greens and also munching on those himself. Salman captioned the video, “Breakfast with my love...”. The video has become an instant hit on the internet with fans and followers showering it with likes and comments. 

Watch Salman Khan Enjoying ‘Breakfast With His Love’

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Recently, he also released a video message for all his fans on social media amid the 21-day nationwide lockdown. The video featured him, sitting along with Nirvaan, Sohail Khan’s son, sharing their experience of the lockdown.

READ: 'Wah! Thanks For Listening': Salman Khan Happy At Indoor Shab-e-barat Prayers Amid Covid

Salman started by saying that the two had come to this house before the lockdown and got stuck there, “We came here for a few days and now we're stuck.” He asked Nirvaan that for how long hasn’t he seen his father, to which he replied, “It must have been three weeks. Salman added, “I have not seen my father since three weeks. We are here and he is alone at home.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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READ: Salman Khan Gave THIS Advice To Brother-in-law Aayush Sharma Before His Bollywood Debut

 

 

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