Will take my story to my grave: Salman Khan

| Monday, July 18, 2016 - 17:21
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Salman Khan at the launch of Sania Mirza's autobiography "Ace Against Odds". (Photo: IANS)

New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan on Monday said that he doesn’t want to write his autobiography and would like his story to get along buried with him. The 50-year-old Sultan star was talking on the sidelines of the launch of Tennis star Sania Mirza’s autobiography 'Ace Against Odds'.

Salman said if he will pen down his life, the old wounds would rake up.

"I think I'll take my story to my grave. Nahi toh bohot saare graves khul jayenge (otherwise a lot of old wounds will open up)," Salman said.

Praising Sania, the actor said she can try in Bollywood if she wishes to.

"This is something else. Just look at the picture (on the book cover) She is doing very well in tennis but if she wants to enter films, which she doesn't, but if she wants to join movies as well she will have this position here (referring to the book)," Salman added.

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