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Salim Khan
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Occupation:Writer • Screenplay • Dialogue Writer • Producer • Actor
Born:November 24, 1935
Birthplace:Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
Spouse:Salma Khan, Helen
Children:5
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Salim Khan (Khan) is an Indian Hindi film actor and screenwriter born on November 24, 1935. Khan married twice, firstly in 1961 to Salma Khan and in 1981 to Helen, a famous Indian actor. Khan has four children Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Alvira Khan. Khan contributed in various hit Hindi films including Sarhaadi Lootera (1966), Teesri Manzil (1966) and Diwaana (1967). Later Khan started working as lyricist and writer with Javed Akhtar as Salim-Javed. Khan has also won the Star Guild Award (2014) for Lifetime Achievement.
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Salma Khan
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Helen
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Salman Khan
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Arbaaz Khan
Son
Sohail Khan
Son
Alvira Khan
Daughter
Arpita Khan
Daughter
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