Salman Khan Nephew Abdullah Khan Passes Away

Salman Khan's nephew, Abdullah Khan, passes away from lung cancer

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Salman Khan's nephew and bodybuilder Abdullah Khan passed away at a hospital in Mumbai due to "heart ailments", a source close to the family said. Strength to family." Salman Khan's Race 3 co-star Daisy Shah also mourned Abdullah's death and posted, "Will always love you my bestie. Initial media reports were unclear on the cause of death, with some organisations reporting Abdullah had died of a lung infection, triggering rumours of him suffering from coronavirus.

In June a year ago, Salman Khan had shared a video featuring Abdullah.

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R.I.P Abdullah, fondly called Abba.who Always addressed me as Ma /Amma.walking away from our lives.Stay blessed and smiling where ever you are.

Actress Zareen Khan too shared a picture of the departed and paid her condolences. The superstar took to his social media page to mourn his demise with an emotional post. Salman, who is a known fitness freak, used to train with Abdullah often and the duo were said to share quite a friendly bond.

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Salman and his family are now at his Panvel farmhouse as India goes under lockdown to combat the growing spread of the coronavirus. The pictures and videos from the birthday celebrations went viral on social media.

Honest condolences to the family, may his soul rest in peace.

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