Salman Khan’s journey from a lean Vicky K. Bhandari in Biwi ho Toh Aisi, the 1988 film, to the macho Chulbul Pandey in Dabangg franchise saw his popularity rise from a debutant to a megastar. Salman Khan’s Bollywood story is nothing short of a film itself. However, there were some key turning events that made Bhai’s career.
The 2003 film was the career push that Salman Khan needed. The film made Salman’s career post several box-office debacles in the early 2000s. The 53-year-old played the role of Radhe Mohan, who gets defeated in love despite being a delinquent. According to reports, his typical, centre-parted hairstyle became a style statement. It was since this movie that Salman Khan’s style started making a statement.
The 2010 film directed by Anil Sharma was set in the British era. He took on the twin roles of Veer Pratap Singh and Mahendra Pratap Singh. Salmans macho personality started transitioning evidently through this role. According to reports, Salman Khan's career-high was after this film as he released Bodyguard post this film in the year 2011. According to trade reports, Salman has been delivering box office hits since then.
The Dabangg franchise recognised Salman's image as to what he is right now, according to various reports. Dabangg 3 is one of the most anticipated films of 2019. The third film in the franchise will see Salman Khan return to play his beloved character, Chulbul Pandey. The Dabangg franchise is known for its high entertainment quotient, chartbuster tunes and terrific action scenes.
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