Salman Khan inaugurates driving in Dubai; Twitterati sense irony, troll Bollywood superstar

By: | Published: September 8, 2017 4:00 PM

From movies, TV shows to his apparel venture and much else, the superstar manages to keep himself occupied and in the news most of the time.

He recently inaugurated the Belhasa Driving Centre in Dubai. (Reuters)

Bollywood’s ‘bhaijaan’ Salman Khan is a very busy man. From movies, TV shows to his apparel venture and much else, the superstar manages to keep himself occupied and in the news most of the time. He recently inaugurated the Belhasa Driving Centre in Dubai. He left to attend the ceremony from Mumbai on 7th September. The ceremony was scheduled to take place in the evening and was a private invite-only function. The inaugural ceremony was also attended by UAE based social media personality, Rashid Belhasa, who is the son of managing director Saif Ahmad Belhasa.

The outlet which Salman Khan inaugurated in Dubai is the fifth as well as the biggest branch in the Middle East according to a report by Deccan Chronicle. The centre will include a cafeteria, an in-house eye testing and VIP training facility in cars like Range Rover and Mercedes. The Centre also has a training department dedicated to women. However, Twitterati were quick to sense the irony in Salman Khan inaugurating the driving school due to the shocking hit and run case against him that is still ongoing. The trolling spree started immediately. Here are the top reactions:

Salman Khan prior to this had signed an exclusive deal with Amazon Prime Video giving them the worldwide streaming rights to all his future titles, starting with “Tubelight”. The online streaming service will also have rights to films produced by Salman Khan Ventures. On the work front, he is currently busy shooting for Kabir Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai.

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