Women’s Day Special Painting on Motherhood by Salman Khan
Salman Khan shared glimpses of his artwork on social media on Women’s Day. The Ek Tha Tiger actor is gearing up for his first solo exhibition, Motherhood – An Artistic Ode to Mother Teresa. Salman Khan’s Being Human, gallery g, and Artiere Gallery are collaborating on the exhibition with AGP World and Sandeep and Gitanjali Maini Foundation.
Salman Khan took to Instagram to share a video of himself putting the finishing touches on his artwork. “Happy Women’s Day! Do whatever you want, but don’t bother your mother! @Agpworld @sgmf2020 #BeingHuman @googleartsculture @ArtiereGallery (sic), @Agpworld @sgmf2020 #BeingHuman @googleartsculture @ArtiereGallery (sic), “read the rest of his caption.
Salman Khan is a self-taught artist who started painting years before breaking into the Bollywood industry. Mother Teresa and her humanitarian work have inspired him, and she appears in many of his paintings. From March 11 to 20, three paintings, including two new large-scale works by Salman Khan, will be on display at Bengaluru’s gallery g. On March 4, his artworks went live on Google Arts & Culture. On the GAC digital platform, two of his paintings, Still In Hope of Compassion and Begging for Peace, are on display.
On the work front, Salman Khan is looking forward to the April release of his film Tiger 3, which also stars Katrina Kaif.
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