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Salman Khan wants to eat but nephew Ahil wouldn't let him

Salman Khan wants to eat but nephew Ahil wouldn't let him”

The 51-year-old actor is accompanied by his one-year-old nephew Ahil (Arpita's son). And now the actor shared new videos where he is seen having a breakfast date with Ahil in London. "With Ahil in London over breakfast", reads the caption on Salman's post. (Little Ahil is such a prankster).

This is not the first time when Salman had impressed his fans with the cute pictures and videos of Ahil. (We bet it's the cutest thing on Internet today). Ahil was born on March 30, 2016.

Celebrities from Bollywood were snapped leaving for London for Salman Khan's successful Da-bang tour to be held in London. The Sultan actor posted on Twitter, "Leaving #AbuDhabiafter a great schedule of 50 days for #TigerZindaHai, had a wonderful time." .

Salman Khan was shooting for Tiger Zinda Hai in Abu Dhabi. He will reunite with Katrina Kaif in this film which will be directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. The actor has worked with several kids in his movies and recently he was seen in the Tubelight where the Chinese child actor, Matin Rey Tangu with whom Salman enjoyed a lot and also made the child enjoy.



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