Salman Khan is multitasking actor, he does several things including acting, dancing, painting, singing but at the launch of Asha Parekh Autobiography, the superstar said he can’t write his own life.
The megastar launched Asha Parekh Autobiography on Monday during that he talked about so many things and said “I don’t think I deserve to be here but feeling really honored as Asha aunty is very dear to our family. Writing an autobiography, unveiling life story is very tough, I won’t be able to write one“.
Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan, stepmother Halen, veteran actors Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Waheeda Rahman, Jackie Shroff to young generation actor Imran Khan attended this event.
Asha Parekh: The Hit Girl is penned by Asha Parekh herself along with Khalid Mohammad, who is a popular Bollywood films writer and the book is published by Om Books International.
2 October 1942 born Asha Parekh worked as an actor, director, and producer and had a successful career let 1970’s era of Bollywood. The actress honored with Padma Shri Award by Indian Government in 1992.
Asha Parekh started the career as a child artist when she was just 10 then she acted in more than 90 films during 1952-1999. The actress received Filmfare Best Actress Award for Kati Patang (1971) and Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002.
Salman Khan, who is very close to the actress launched her autobiography on Monday at Taj Lands End, Mumbai. He attended this event with family and said it’s tough to write about our own life, so he can’t write about his life.
He is one of the most successful stars of Indian cinema, so if he will not write about his life then definitely someone will do that.