Salman: This one's for you ladies!

Published: Dec 22, 2011, 08:41 IST | Subhash K Jha |

At Sohail's birthday bash, Genelia, Kangna and Shriya got lucky as Salman danced the night away with them

At Sohail's birthday bash, Genelia, Kangna and Shriya got lucky as Salman danced the night away with them

Bhai ke liye kuch bhi karega is Salman's mantra. Putting aside all recent rumours of a professional rift with Sohail (who had stopped looking after Salman's business interests), the star danced the night away at a surprise birthday bash he threw in Hyderabad during the Celebrity Cricket League (CCL) after-party.

Director Mani Shankar who was with the star says, "Salman had planned the surprise for Sohail from Mumbai itself. He had shared his plans with his buddy Sajid Nadiadwala who flew to Hyderabad with him pretending to have come to the city to be with the star for the CCL."

On Monday night, exactly at midnight, a gigantic chocolate cake was wheeled into the party venue at a luxury hotel in Hyderabad. Sallu had even brought along his own music system a clear giveaway that he intended to have his own after-party.
Mani who's planning to cast Salman in his next, says, "Salman danced to Shakira and Beyonce. The music was all American." He adds, "When Salman started swinging with the babes, crowds tried to bust in and security was constantly weeding out the gatecrashers."

In fact, Salman was in such great spirits that he even refused to steer clear of the cold weather during midnight as advised for his neurological condition. In fact the director adds that the star spent time shaking hands and hugging guests all night.

A guest who attended the bash says, "This was a new side to Salman. He was as excited as a schoolboy. And when he saw Sohail's delight, he was grinning from ear to ear. Salman danced with Genelia, Kangna Ranaut and Shriya Saran."

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