Bollywood's rock solid actor Salman Khan is finally on Facebook. Sallu, who has chosen a mode to connect with his fans all over the globe, doesn't mind sharing some of his very personal pics with the world. Salman, who has launched his official Facebook page today, has posted an exclusive picture with his pet dogs.
Check out the cute picture below, it shows Salman doesn't mind
sharing his bed with his two lovely dogs Myson and Myjaan. The
image below indicates the actor's love for pets. One of these,
Myson, died a few years back, while the actor was shooting for his
film London Dreams.
This came as a huge shock to Sallu, who had also blogged about his two beloved pets on the same day. It reads:
"Dedicated to the ones who wait for us across the rainbow
When I return home from shooting everyday, as a routine, I first spend time with my two champions, whom I have named Myson and Myjaan. They are my life and I am passionate about them. While I do not humanise them, I dislike referring to them as dogs or my pets.
They are a part of me, my family and they share my every joy and sorrow. They understand me completely and there is such a strong bond I share with them that it moves me beyond words.The best time whenever I get a Sunday off is the day I spend time with them.
Myjaan is far smarter and naughtier than Myson, she always insists I pet her first and creates a big fuss if I get to Myson before her. They are also my sounding boards they ground me and help me to think.
When I go on long outdoor stints and cannot take them with me, I speak to them on the phone. I have an amplifier system installed at home, so that they can hear me loud and clear...and I can feel them close with the sounds that they make.
Myson is smarter and more patient. He knows that I am away and that I will return. Time stands still for them and the sun shines once again when I am near them... like I am today!
From them I learn patience and forbearance. The unconditional love that they teach me to share is timeless and beautiful.
Love like this is the highest kind of love. It finds joy in others no matter what, because it recognises the freedom of those we love, and doesn't chain them to our own wants. It is the same kind of love God has for us."