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Sohail Khan joins others to help woman after she fell on road | Bollywood

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Actor, filmmaker Sohai Khan who is often scolded in Mumbai was seen helping a woman after she fell in the street. A blurry video of Sohail joining a bunch of local people to help the lady has been shared by a paparazzi account. Read also: Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Helen, Salma Khan and others gather to celebrate Salim Khan’s birthday at a family lunch

The video showed Sohail, who looked casual, trying to help the woman get up. She is heard to say, ‘Kaise uthaoge? Merapaair toh… (How will you lift me, my leg…).” The actor kept her in the situation with others.

Sohail Khan is the son of screenwriter Salim Khan and Salma Khan. He is the younger brother of actors Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan. They also have two sisters Alvira Agnihotri who married Atul Agnihotri and Arpita Khan who married Aayush Sharma.

Sohail made his directorial debut in 1997 with Auzaar, starring Salman and Sanjay Kapoor. He later released hits: Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya (1998) and Hello Brother (1999). As an actor, his first movie was Maine Dil Tujhko Diya and he appeared in movies like Darna Mana Hai, Krishna Cottage, Aryan, Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute to Love and Hello among many other movies. He was last seen in Salman Khan’s 2017 film Tubelight, which received mixed reviews. He also appeared in cameo appearances in Loveyatri and Dabangg 3.

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Sohail was last seen on Salim Khan’s 87th birthday last year. The Khan family gathered to celebrate the veteran filmmaker’s special day over lunch. Arbaaz posted the photo of their home party. From Salman Khan to Salma Khan, Helen, Arpita Khan Sharma and Sohail, it was a full house.

Last year, Sohail made the news with his divorce. He was previously married to designer and star of Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives, Seema Sajdev. The two share two sons, Nirvaan Khan and Yohan Khan.

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