List of Best Movies of Salman Khan

Salman’s change from a quintessential darling boy to the furious young man of today has occurred inside a compass of three years. Everything began with Prabhu Deva’s Wanted (2009). His dialogs (Ek baar jo maine commitment kar li to phir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta) and in addition his trick scenes in the film turned into a wrath and another Salman Khan was conceived who favored crushing heads to romancing a young lady. The true defining moment accompanied Abhinav Kashayp’s Dabangg. Salman Khan’s cop demonstration opened to full houses and in the cinematic world. His prosperity run proceeds with Ek Tha Tiger. Here’s posting the on-screen character’s 10 record-breaking hits that will be associated with times to come:

  • MAINE PYAR KIYA (1989)

It was the first solo film of Salman “Prem” Khan and does a reversal to the period when the performer’s affirmation of undying affection for Bhagyashree caught the creative energy of a huge number of Bollywood mates. It was 23 years back that Sallu marked his first Rajshree film with Sooraj Barjatya. The film happened to turn into the greatest hit of the year and the second greatest hit of the decade.


Five years after the arrival of his introduction motion picture, Salman Khan did the Prem demonstration again in Hum Aapke Hain Koun. The film featuring Madhuri Dixit as the female lead reinforced the on-screen character’s lover boy picture as well as happened to turn into one of the greatest Bollywood hits ever. The film won 5 Filmfare Awards and additionally won the National Award for being the most well known film of the year.

  • JUDWA (1997)

Salman Khan depicted twofold part without precedent for David Dhawan’s Judwaa. The film matched him inverse Karisma Kapoor and Rambha. Salman plays the calm Prem and shrewd Raja. He depicted both the parts without breaking a sweat.


More than all else, the film is associated with Salman’s shirtless demonstration. The tune Oh Jaane Jaana turned into a wrath. The film combined him inverse Kajol. The music was the USP of the film. It additionally featured Arbaaz Khan and Dharmendra.

  • BIWI NO. 1 ( 1999)

Prem demonstrated an alternate shade of himself in David Dhawan’s Biwi No 1. From lover, he turned cheater. Well the performing artist plays a character who has an extra-marital affair. The title part is played by Karisma Kapoor and Sushmita Sen is the affair love. The film was the greatest hit of 1999. It is purportedly the redo of 1995 Tamil film Sathi Leelavathi. The film likewise stars Anil Kapoor and Tabu.


Playing the part of Sameer, Salman Khan showed a few shades of feelings in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film. The motion picture was the ideal blend of sentiment and catastrophe. Salman verified he did equity to both. The film that additionally featured Aishwarya Rai and Ajay Devgn, was basically acclaimed.

  • TERE NAAM (2003)

Salman Khan conveyed an excellent execution in Tere Naam inverse Bhumika Chawla. He assumed the part of Rade Mohan, who becomes hopelessly enamored with a college scholar Nirjara (Bhumika Chawla). After a head damage, he loses his mental equalization and is conceded to a refuge. The film is an unconditional catastrophe motion picture that took Salman’s acting ability to an alternate level.

  • WANTED (2009)

Salman’s withering Bollywood profession got restored after the achievement of Wanted. The film provided for him a picture make-over and also a crisp begin in Bollywood. The film is around a youthful IPS officer, who goes undercover as a criminal to invade the criminal underworld. Ayesha Takia featured inverse Salman in the film.

  • DABBANG (2010)

Dabangg changed everything for Salman. He turned into a sensation overnight. Salman assumed the part of Chulbul Pandey. The film denote the introduction of Sonakshi as a performing artist, Arbaaz as a maker and Abhinav Kashyap as a chief.  Made with a financial plan of 30 crore, Dabangg happened to terrible 215 crore overall and the film was announced a record-breaking blockbuster in the second week of its discharge. It is the most elevated accumulating Bollywood film of 2010 and, starting 2011, the third highest–grossing Bollywood film ever.

  • BODYGUARD (2011)

 Though a Rs 100 crore success, Bodyguard remains one of Salman’s most panned films to date. 
This was surprising because the film had worked in every other language that it had been made in earlier. Audiences, however, did not bother with reviews and thronged the theatres. Bodyguard co-starred Kareena Kapoor, and was directed by Siddiqui.

  • EK THA TIGER (2013)

An Eid release, this Kabir Khan directed film created a record for its opening day, weekend and week. It sustained the momentum throughout its run. There were some critical reviews, but the complete package of good action, music, sizzling chemistry with co-star Katrina Kaif and Salman’s star power went down well with the general public.


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