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Bollywood star Salman Khan on Friday perceived a Global Diversity Award during Britain’s House of Commons.
Salman, who recently finished a Abu Dhabi report of Yash Raj Films’ Tiger Zinda Hai, perceived a endowment from Keith Vaz, British Parliament’s longest-serving Asian MP.
“The Global Diversity Award is given to people of measureless status in terms of what they have finished for farrago in a world, and he is positively one of them,” Vaz said.
Keith Vaz praised Salman Khan for being “not only a megastar for Indian and universe cinema, though also someone who has finished so most for charitable causes”.
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Salman, who looked clean-cut during a eventuality and runs a Being Human NGO, said: “Thank we for a honour and honour we have given me. My father would have never thought… But a volume of honour we guys have given me, appreciate we so most for it.”
The actor is in Britain for his Da-Bangg Tour, and he is visiting a nation after a decade.
The tour, that will take place in Birmingham on Saturday and in London’s O2 Arena on Sunday, will also underline artistes like Sonakshi Sinha, Jacqueline Fernandez, Prabhudheva, Sooraj Pancholi and Badshah.