Helen and actor-turned-screenwriter Salim Khan married in 1980. They labored collectively in lots of movies within the Sixties and Nineteen Seventies. In a brand new interview with Salim’s son, actor-producer Arbaaz Khan, Helen recalled the primary time she thought Salim was ‘good trying’. She additionally mentioned she had not seen him, whereas they labored collectively on their first movie within the Sixties. Helen added she had a repute of treating folks that she labored with ‘like furnishings’ and never interacting with them on units. Also learn: Helen recollects when her relationship with Salim Khan started his spouse Salma had went ‘through a lot’
Helen mentioned within the current interview that she met Salim Khan whereas engaged on a movie (the 1963 movie Kabli Khan) that she was the lead ‘heroine’ in, Ajit was the hero and and Salim was the villain. She mentioned it was a few years later that she seen him, whereas watching their movie Teesri Manzil (1966), the place he was seen taking part in the drums in one of many scenes.
In the newest episode of his chat present The Invincibles, which was launched on Friday, Arbaaz Khan requested Helen if she seen Salim Khan through the filming of their first film, or was she too ‘large a star’ to try this. Helen replied, «I didn’t (notice Salim Khan), not because of being a star, but because I was very to myself. One day, he asked Ajit saab ‘yeh madam kisi ko dekhte bhi nahi, wish bhi nahi karte (this madam does not look at anyone or even wishes anyone on set)’. So he said ‘pucho mat, yeh sab logo ko furniture ke jaise dikhti hain (don’t ask, she looks at everyone like they are furniture)’.
Arbaaz then asked Helen if during Teesri Manzil she still thought of Salim Khan ‘as furniture’ because she was ‘Helen, the superstar’ and he was ‘just a struggling actor’. Correcting Arbaaz and saying Salim had a ‘nice supporting role’ in the film, Helen said, «That drum scene was taken individually, I wasn’t even on the set when it was taken. So after I noticed it (on the massive display screen), I noticed him. And he was trying superb then.»
Helen and Salim married in 1980, when he was 45 and he or she was 42. He had married his first spouse Sushila Charak, now often known as Salma Khan, in 1964. Together they’ve three sons, actor Salman Khan, actor-producer Arbaaz Khan and actor-director Sohail Khan; Salim and Salma even have two daughters Alvira Khan and Arpita Khan.
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