Bollywood heartthrob Salman Khan said he would not be able to write his autobiography, while gracing the book launch ceremony of yesteryear’s actress Asha Parekh’s autobiography “The Hit Girl” Monday evening.
“I don’t think I deserve to be here but feeling really honoured as Asha aunty is very dear to our family. Writing an autobiography, unveiling life story is very tough, I won’t be able to write one.”Salman said. “I think Dharam ji (Dharmendra) will understand why.”
The Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor also believes that today’s actresses need to learn from the Bollywood divas of yesteryear regarding how to be friends with their contemporaries.
“In those days Asha aunty, Saira (Banu) aunty, Helen aunty among others were so close to each other. They were genuine friends. I think these days girls should learn it from them, they lead a great life. I think our generation, we miss that out”, Salman added.