Mumbai: After the Bombay High Court announced Salman Khan's acquittal in the 2002 accident case on Thursday, Bhaijaanz, a restaurant themed on the superstar here, has announced a unique celebration for the announcement.
Bhaijaanz has decided to pay a tribute to Salman by allowing the customers to make their bill according to their wish.
"It's just 0.1 percent of something that we could do to celebrate this day," Bhaijaanz owner Rahul Narain Kanal told IANS.
"The customers can have whatever they want and take 90 percent or 99 per cent discount as per their wish. This is a small tribute we would like to pay to Salman bhai," said the fan of the "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" star.
Asked about the loss they will incur with the offer, Kanal said: "This entire restaurant is dedicated to Salman. I am not worried about the losses at all."
The restaurant, located at Carter Road in Bandra here, features many posters of Salman. Even some of his famous dialogues, including "Ek baar jo maine commitment kardi toh main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta" and "Dosti ka ek usool hain madam, no sorry no thank you", find place on the wall.
Bhaijaanz also has a very quirky menu with dishes like "Anda Apna Apna", "Chicken Tussi Great Ho" and "Machhli No.1" -- all after Salman's films.
Kanal said the "Dabangg" star made a surprise visit to the restaurant along with his father earlier this year.
"We were all amazed when we saw Salman Khan walking into our restaurant along with his father during the release of 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'. He was surprised to see our restaurant and said, 'You have recreated my balcony in this restaurant'."
The Bombay High Court verdict comes as a big relief for Salman 13 years after the accident.