Salman Khan is the Bhai of Indian Film Industry. His real name is Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan. On 27 December 1965, Salman Khan was born to the family of Salim Khan, a famous scriptwriter. Salman has given many superhits in Bollywood, especially after he opted action genre in 2008. Below are some interesting facts about Salman Khan.
1. Salman Khan just like his father wanted to become a writer. After his entry in the Indian film Industry, his success saw him focused on acting rather than writing. Salman Khan, however, has his own production and loves to make some tweaks in the plot-line. Salman Khan has written movies like ‘Chandramukhi’ and ‘Veer’ and has major contribution in ‘Baagh- The rebel for love’.
2. Salman is passionate when it comes to cars. He has a crazy collection of cars including Mercedes Benz, Land Cruisers, and BMW. He has also gifted some branded cars to his friends to cherish their friendship.
3. Salman Khan was the state champion in swimming and even got the chance to represent the country in one of the prestigious swim competitions while in school. Had he not been a prolific actor, he’d have always sought career in swimming.
4. Salman Khan started his acting in B town from the movie Biwi Ho To Aisi. Salman’s first hit was Maine Pyar Kiya but post this movie, he was jobless for six months. Despite being jobless, his friends and family would not let his morale down and supported in this tough time.
5. Bhai is a fan of Chinese foods. Salman Khan has maintained his body through hard work and dedication but he is a foodie whatsoever. There is a place called China Garden in Mumbai where Salman Khan is often spotted. Salman Khan has a restaurant named after him in Turkey. He frequently visited the restaurant while shooting Ek Tha Tiger and the restaurant was renamed The Salman Restaurant. His fans opened a restaurant in Bandra West and named it Bhaijaanz.
6. Salman was offered a role in Baazigar which changed the career of Shahrukh Khan. Salman, however, denied the role because he didn’t want to do a negative character. Even though Shahrukh Khan has played it impeccably, fans would have loved Salman doing the role.