Salman Khan adores his mother so much so that his closing sentence in every episode of Bigg Boss is “Do whatever you want man but don’t trouble your mother.” Nothing more can explain his love for his mother the way this sentence does. There are hordes of pictures doing the rounds of the internet of him with his mother which showcase the love and care he showers on his mother and vice-versa. And now she is even a part of his next film, Tubelight. We don’t know if you have noticed but the poster has her name on it! (Also read: Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Ranbir Kapoor – Momma’s boys of Bollywood!)
We bet you didn’t. We don’t blame you. It’s easy to get distracted when you have Salman Khan looking at you so adorably. With shoes on his shoulder and a cute smile, he definitely grabs your attention. But if you look at the poster you will see towards the bottom left, it says, ‘Produced by Salma Khan and Salman Khan.” It’s a first for the poster of his film but it isn’t completely new. Bajrangi Bhaijaan too had her name in the credit rolls and we can even show you where it was. But first, check out her name on Tubelight’s new poster.
And now take a look at Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s credit rolls,
Salman has included her name for the first time on a poster because we did some digging and found out that all his previous production ventures didn’t have Salma Khan written anywhere. Not even Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Check them out here.
This is such an adorable gesture that we are almost in tears. Yes, we are getting melodramatic here but then we are talking Bollywood here. What do you expect?
Salman had even said in an interview to TOI that he loves his mother the most. Talking about his closeness to his parents, the actor said, “It’s a different kind of love for both my parents. I get my energy and strength from my father. My mother, because she dotes on all of us and the amount she cares, protects and is all the time tensed for us. That makes us feel a lot more for her health. She is so lovely and that is not only with us but also our friends, the wives and with whoever there was in my life. With everyone, she is just the same. She is a simple Maharashtrian lady. She is funny, noble and very correct.”