Salim Khan’s personal life has been as dramatic as the scripts he wrote for films in the 1970s that are now considered cult classics.Sholay, Zanjeer, Mr India and Don. Be it his legendary association with Javed Akhtar and his abrupt termination which is still the subject of much discussion, or his own marriages with Salma Khan and later Helen. Yet despite all the confusion and strained relationships surrounding him as his sons Salman, Arbaaz and Sohail struggled to cope with new developments, he pushed his way through mountains of tabloid gossip. Later, he would remain cheerful and effervescent about this phase of his life.
Their marriages have always been a topic of discussion. It wasn’t so good when Salim khan He decided to marry Helen in 1981, despite the fact that he already had four children. Salman had expressed his anger at this in previous interviews, as he was very attached to his mother and would “hate” when his father came home late. However, his mother came to accept him and the bitterness faded over time. The family was a ‘clenched fist’, as Salman put it, and Helen found her place in the family.
Salman he had once commented that his father had “good taste” in women. In an old interview with DNA, Salim Khan had laughed at this statement, but admitted that his son’s opinion was the universal truth. “Anyone who says that he is not interested in beautiful women is either lying or there is something very wrong with him. In my opinion, women are the most beautiful and interesting creations in this world. They must be adored and respected at the same time, ”he said.
Speaking more about his two wives, Salma Khan and Helen, he said: “I am lucky to have two wives and that they live in harmony. It doesn’t matter if that happened a few years later (there were some initial bad vibes between Salma and Helen). My wives are pretty and now they are aging gracefully. “
He also called infatuation twice, a “beautiful accident.” However, he did not recommend it to everyone. “Falling in love twice was a beautiful accident that happened to me. I have survived that accident! Although I would not recommend it as an ideal way of life. It usually doesn’t work. “