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Rajjat Barjatya's prayer meet: Bollywood actor Salman Khan breaks down
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was seen crying at Rajshri Media CEO Rajjat Barjatya's prayer meet on Sunday. The 'Bajrangi Bhaijan' actor couldn't control his emotions and was seen in tears during the prayer meet that he attended along with his sister Alvira Agnihotri.

Earlier, mourning the producer's death, Salman had tweeted, "Rest in peace my brother Rajjat Barjatya." 

The MD and CEO of Rajshri Media, Rajjat had passed away on Friday evening at a hospital in the tinsel town. The cousin of director Sooraj Barjatya, Rajjat was suffering form cancer. He was being treated at the Jaslok Hospital for the last few days.

Salman and Rajjat were very close friends. There star actor also shares a very strong bond with Barjatyas since decades. He enjoyed one of the biggest breaks of his life 'Maine Pyar Kiya', which was directed by Sooraj and produced by Barjatyas. 

Apart from this, Salman had given many blockbusters with Barjatyas such as Hum Aapke Hain Koun and Hum Saath-Saath Hain. Both the films were produced by the Rajshri Productions.

Rajjat is survived by wife and two kids. The sudden demise of one of the brilliant brains of the industry had left the cinema industry shocked.

Apart from Salman, actors such as Boman Irani, Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi, Swapnil Joshi, Richa Chadda along with director Shirish Kunder and trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared their grief on Twitter.

Director Subhash Ghai, actor Tara Sharma and few other celebs were also present at the prayer meet.

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