Salim Khan on Salma Khan’s reaction when he told her he wanted to marry Helen


Actor-producer Arbaaz Khan interviewed his father, veteran screenwriter Salim Khan, about his life, relationships and career. He told him that he, and his siblings eventually understood his decision to marry actor-dancer Helen.

Arbaaz Khan discusses the lives of a few Hindi film industry veterans in his upcoming talk show. The actor-producer also talks to his father, screenwriter Salim Khan, about some personal aspects of his life, such as his second marriage to actress-dancer Helen in 1981. Arbaaz reveals that while he could have been angry at his father for this, he has come to realize that bringing Helen into his life and family was a good thing.

Salim Khan began his career as an actor, but only in minor roles in films such as Teesri Manzil (1966), Sarhaadi Lootera (1966), and Diwaana (1966). (1967). He eventually became a screenwriter after assisting writer Abrar Alvi. His collaboration with Javed Akhtar on screenwriting was responsible for some of Hindi cinema’s biggest hits. Arbaaz and his father talked about this, as well as many other personal failures and successes.

Salim recalls his affair with Helen as an “emotional accident” in a new promo for the talk show The Invincibles with Arbaaz Khan on Bollywood Bubble. She was in a pickle because she was out of work. “She had reached an age where it was difficult for her to take on such roles.  approached me, and our collaboration was going swimmingly “He revealed. He got her a few movies within a few days, and they began to spend more time together.

He continued, “She was young, I was also young. Mera koi aisa iraada nahi tha. Maine sirf madat ke liye kiya tha. (I didn’t intend for it to happen. I was just trying to help her out). She started respecting my gestures and attitude. I always say that love is rooted in respect. You cannot love anybody who you don’t respect.”

Salim also revealed that he admitted his affair to his first wife, Salma as Helen didn’t have anyone in her life, and he wanted to support her too. He said, “[Salma] didn’t say you did something good, you should receive an award for it. This is an emotional accident. Kisi ke sath bhi ho sakta hai (It can happen to anybody). Then I managed it.”

Arbaaz inquired about how his children assisted him in maintaining this relationship after Helen entered their lives. “I sat down with my children and told them this is the problem,” Salim explained. But I’ll tell you something: I know you can’t love Helen aunty as much as you love your mother. But I want the same courtesy from her.”

Arbaaz responded that they had difficulties and complaints at the time, but “We realized as we grew older that we had situations in our lives where we could have done the same thing. What I’m angry about with my father is happening in our lives, and time is a big factor in understanding them.”

The actor-producer, who was most recently seen in the SonyLIV web series Tanaav, also inquires about his father’s life. The veteran screenwriter discussed his early confidence in his second career as a writer, which he eventually achieved. During their heyday, he and Javed were on par with the stars of the Hindi films they were writing.

Helen, Javed Akhtar, Waheeda Rehman, Shatrughan Sinha, and Mahesh Bhatt will all be interviewed on The Invincibles with Arbaaz Khan.





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