Salman prays that his bodyguard does not write book on him
Mumbai: Salman Khan, whose name has remained in controversies over the years, says he prays that his long-time bodyguard Shera does not write a book on him.
"I just pray that he never writes a book (on me). If he ever decides to do so, I am gone," Salman said, after his bodyguard, Shera, unveiled the theatrical promo of his up-coming film `Bodyguard`.
Controversies have always dogged Salman, as the actor has always been in news for the wrong reasons, be it for roughing up media-persons, his alleged underworld links, his aggressive behaviour with his actress girlfriends from Somy Ali to Aishwarya Rai, involvement in hit-and-run case and Chinkara poaching case.
However, the 45-year-old actor says he has trust on his bodyguard, who has been with the actor for the past 15-years.
"I can trust him completely. I can trust him with money matters, family, my life, before having alcohol and after having alcohol and all women in my life. He is trustworthy. He has been a bodyguard to all those women who were part of my life," Salman said.
Salman`s relationship with actress Aishwarya Rai was very much in news as the former beauty queen had accused him of harassing. Aishwarya had claimed that after their break-up in 2002, Salman had not been able to come to terms with it and was hounding her. Her parents had also lodged a complaint against him.
Later, Salman was arrested for rash and negligent driving as his car, which ran into a bakery in Mumbai killed one person sleeping on the pavement outside the bakery died. Three others were injured in the mishap.
In 2006, Salman was sentenced to one year of imprisonment for killing a chinkara, in Jodhpur, Rajasthan in 1998.