‘Neighbourly culture’ has sadly gone: Salman Khan


MUMBAI (Web Desk) – Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has said that sadly the ‘neighbouring culture‘ and the bonding between neighbours in India became a thing of the past, reported Hindustan Times.

“Around 60 families used to stay in that area and people had a connection. Doors were never shut, we used to play around and in the evening, men of the house sat together and conversed. Women of the house used to talk about ‘What is cooked in your house?’ There was an exchange of food… the environment was quite different then,” added the 51-year-old.

Salman Khan continued, “I think I am very lucky because when we shifted to Galaxy, we had the same kind of atmosphere. You know, behind my house, there is a colony called Virendra Colony, where all the boys were growing up together, had the same bonding.”

It is to be mentioned here that Salman Khan is back as the host of the reality TV show Bigg Boss season 11 for which he will be taking Rs11 crore per episode.

Khan was earning Rs2.5 crore per episode for seasons four to six of the same show however, In 2013, Salman Khan doubled his fees for season 7 and was paid Rs5 crore per episode.

In 2015, he increased his fee to Rs7-8 crore for Bigg Boss 9.


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