Unknown and interesting facts about Salman Khan that will blow your mind

Salman Khan was born on December 27, 1965, in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. “Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan” is his true name. He is also regarded as the “Bhaijaan” of Bollywood cinema and the “Box-Office King.” Salman Khan is the eldest son of Salim Khan, a writer. He, like his father, aspired to be a writer, but fate had other ideas for him, and now Salman Khan is Bollywood’s most famous actor. In 1988, Salman made his acting debut in the film ‘Biwi ho toh aisi.’

The Dabangg hero has a lot behind his real-life apart from the reel life which is way too interesting and will tell you about the hidden hero behind India’s most loved host and actor Salman Khan.

  • Salman Khan is a painter who has painted for the posters of his film Jai Ho and is claimed to have multiple paintings in Aamir Khan’s home.
  • While bathing in the bathroom, Salman Khan utilises a variety of soaps.
  • Salman and his father, Mr. Salim Khan, both wear a tortoise stone bracelet that they see as extremely auspicious.
  • Salman Khan was approached to portray a bad character in Baazigar, but he declined, and the role was ultimately handed to Shahrukh Khan.
  • Salman Khan’s father wanted him to be a cricketer, but he wanted to be a writer instead. Films like Veer and Chandramukhi were written by him.
  • Salman Khan used to be a great swimmer in school. If he had desired, he could have pursued a career as a professional swimmer. He was a swimming champion in school and was even considered for the Indian national team.
  • Salman flew his own cook from Mumbai to London to serve biryani to the actors and crew of the film London Dreams, who were sick of continental cuisine.
  • Mohnish Behl and Salman Khan auditioned for Maine Pyar Kiya together. They were cast as both the hero and the evil.
    Salman was offered the lead role in Abbas-Baazigar Mustan’s but declined because he didn’t want to play an anti-hero. Shah Rukh Khan was cast as the lead role.
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