Khan was once a part of the prolific screenwriting duo Salim-Javed
While the coronavirus pandemic and the resultant lockdown has not changed Salim Khan’s day-to-day life much, the legendary screenwriter and head of the Khan-daan is using his time to get back to his passion.
Khan was once a part of the prolific screenwriting duo Salim-Javed which has penned legendary films like 'Sholay', 'Don', and 'Mr India' after which he also worked solo on films like 'Zanjeer' and 'Naam'. And while he doesn’t do much writing anymore, he has picked up his pen again.
“I am writing something, and if time and situations permit, I shall write more. Staying at home 24x7, many ideas come in my mind and pass by,” he shares, adding that he isn’t sure what direction he wants to take his project in.
“Dekho, abhi bahut jald hoga koi bhi idea confirm karna (Look, it will be too early to confirm any idea). But yes, this time I am keen to begin writing again,” the Teesri Manzil actor says before signing off.