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    Salman celebrated Maha Sivaratri with great fervour
    Bollywood 'Dabangg' Salman Khan believes in all religion and celebrates all festivals with the same devotion. The way he celebrates Eid, the same way he celebrates Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navarathri and Maha Shivarathri and most festivals that India and Indians follow with equal fervour. Though a Muslim by birth, Salman Khan has, before anything, always considered himself a part of the larger earthly family called HUMANS.

    Bollywood star Salman Khan is back from a hectic shooting schedule of "Ek Tha Tiger" in Cuba. The superstar landed in Mumbai on Sunday night and instead of going to his home in Bandra, he headed to the family farmhouse to celebrate the festival of Maha Shivratri on Monday.

    The actorís dad Salim Khan had already reached the farm on Saturday to prepare for the Shiv puja. Itís heard that the actorís farm house has a small shrine which was renovated and is being maintained by a pujari.
    The three Khan brothers-Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Malaika were all present. His two sisters Alvira and Arpita all arrived for the puja. A purohit has been called to perform the puja.

    The information coming out that Salman has organised a huge feast in his farm house. The actor celebrated the festival with his family and the 125 villagers staying near his farm house.

    Salman Khanís devotion to all religions has been unflagging. Heís known to paint the portraits of Jesus Christ and Buddha. His Being Human T-shirts bear side-by-side the symbols of all religions -- Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism and Islam.

    However, the superstar doesnít intend to return to his Mumbai home yet. Salman will rest and relax till the first week of March, just a few days before he begins to shoot for his home production Dabangg 2.

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