Salman Khan Throws Away Fan's Phone!

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who is known for his mercurial temper, recently showed off his angry side, when a fan stepped near his car to click his photographs through a mobile phone.

Salman, who had reportedly come to the Lilavati hospital to visit the ailing Dilip Kumar yesterday, decided to not venture out of his car at seeing the hordes of press people gathered at the gates of the hospital. However, when Salman lowered the window, a fan, who was standing nearby, rushed forward to click his idol's picture on his mobile phone and seeing this, the Dabangg immediately snatched his phone and threw it away, much to the shock of everyone present.

Salman had recently admitted that he has an angelic as well as a devilish side to him. Guess we know now about which side is more dominant, eh?

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