Will Salman Khan be the Brand Ambassador of SPL?

On Saturday, June 23rd, 2012


Salman Khan to be the brand ambassador of SPL!

Buzz goes around the B-town that Salman Khan is about to get appointed as the brand ambassador of the Sri Lanka Premiere League (SPL). If the news comes true, then the Ek Tha Tiger actor will kick his B-town friends apart and in a fully distinctive way. We know Sallu Bhai does not own a team in the Indian Premiere League (IPL) like his B-town friends Priety Zinta, Shilpa Shetty or Shahrukh Khan, but how does it de-grade his status when he is about to be the face of SPL!

A long term rapport subsists between Salu Mian and the beautiful island and Bollywood is beyond than just popular in the country. You can better summon up the incident when Amitabh Bachchan renounced his position of being the face of IFFA Awards held in Sri Lanka and Sallu Bhai instantly stepped in to be the face instead! Since that time, the country has fallen in love with the superstar and if the buzz comes true, then of course it’s a matter of great pride for Salman and for every Indian who loves him the most.

Internal sources divulge that Salman has waggled his head in for, to endorse for SPL though no official announcement is made yet. “There’s a big craze for Bollywood in Sri Lanka, and Salman has been approached. There’s been no official announcement yet, but Salman has agreed,” revealed a source.

Anyway, the media reports that there is a special cause why the Dabang Khan is ready to be the face of SPL. This is because, he is a good friend of the Sri Lankan president and hence he couldn’t refute the proposal. Whatever the reason may be, but it’s sufficient for the Salman Khan fans that their superhero will make his starry presence in the gorgeous isle and that for the sake of cricket.

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