Salman khan honoured with Global Diversity Award

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Keith Vaz, British Parliament's longest-serving Asian MP said in a statement, "The Global Diversity Award is given to people of huge stature in terms of what they have done for diversity in the world, and he is certainly one of them".

'The Global Diversity Award is given to people of vast stature in terms of what they have done for diversity in the world, and he is certainly one of them, ' Vaz said here. And now, the "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" star has earned a brand new achievement to boast - he has been honored with an award by UK's House of Commons, reports Bollywoodlife.

Salman Khan who is an actor who is fond of children of which he has proved many a times through his movies and in his personal life too. Vaz said that besides his work as an actor, Salman has done a lot in supporting underprivileged section of India through his NGO Being Human.

The Dabangg Khan of Bollywood who is presently very demanding in the industry has received an award from Keith Vaz, British Parliament who is a longest-serving Asian MP. But the amount of respect you guys have given me, thank you so much for it'.

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Calling the award a tremendous honor, Salman Khan said, "My father would never have believed that I would make it here". The actor took to his micro blogging account to tweet the pictures.

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