Teachers' Day 2019: Salman Khan Shares a Painting of His 'Guru' at Home Salim Khan, Says 'Sorry Couldn't Be the Best Student'
Salman Khan shares a Teachers' Day 2019 post. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Teachers' Day is celebrated in India on September 5 and the special day has been celebrated by everyone including celebrities. Actor Sushant Singh Rajput put up a picture with his Chhichhore director Nitesh Tiwari as he sent out wishes to him calling him his 'guru'. We also saw how Deepika Padukone's music teacher had a lovely message appreciating the actress for her hardwork as a student. Now, Salman Khan too has put up a post on Twitter sharing a beautiful painting of him and his father Salim Khan.  Bigg Boss 13 New Promo: Salman Khan Flirts With Surbhi Jyoti, Leaves Karan Wahi Upset (Watch Video)

Sharing the gorgeous painting, the actor wrote, "To all my teachers who have taught me in school and to my guru at home. . Sorry I couldn’t b the best student ha ha ha. . . Have a long healthy life. Happy teacher’s day.” The actor has been immensely active on social media since the past few months and it is always a delight to check out his interesting posts.

Here's Salman Khan's Teachers' Day Post:

Other than Salman Khan, other Bollywood celebrities also shared heart-warming Teachers' Day posts. Ajay Devgn, who recently lost his father Veeru Devgan, also shared a throwback picture to wish his father on the special day. He captioned the image as, "My father, my guru. He gave me invaluable life lessons." Salman Khan's Carefree Dance at Ganpati Visarjan at His Residence is Something His Fans Will Love to the Core (Watch Videos).

Actor Akshay Kumar also took this opportunity to give a shoutout to Akanksha Foundation which provides educational facilities for the underprivileged. Sharing a post on Twitter, he wrote, "It’s #TeachersDay and the best way to pay tribute to your teachers is to spread knowledge. So all the Bhaiya’s and Didi’s if you have some time on your hands sign up to #TeachAtAkanksha on http://www.akanksha.org because children are indeed the future of the country."