Salman Khan: Biography of a Fabulously Successful and Famous Bollywood Actor


Salman Khan: Biography of a Fabulously Successful and Famous Bollywood Actor

With his unmatched success and fan following, Salman Khan is undoubtedly one of the most prominent actors in Bollywood. He has also worked with some of the most talented directors like Vijay Krishna Acharya, Subhash Kapoor and Mahesh Kothari. The list goes on. In addition to everything mentioned above, he has also made headlines for his personal life including affairs, marriage proposals and more. If you are as curious as we are about how this man got so successful, read on to know more about him!

Salman Khan’s Early Life and Education

Salman Khan was born on 1 December 1965 in Mumbai to father Sarvekar and mother Rehana. He was the youngest of three brothers. At the age of six, he began attending the Dr. J.S. Rajawadi School in Mumbai. He would later also attend the Don M. Warde Public School, as well as the SNDT Womens’ Polytechnic College. He completed his education in economics from the University of Mumbai. When was he was a child, he used to be a part of his father’s acting and dancing classes. He also used to act in school plays and even made appearances in small movies. After completing his education, he took up a course in chartered accountancy. But he decided to quit that course after three months as he wanted to become a full-time actor.

Salman Khan: Bollywood Star

After he was done with his education, Salman started his acting career with the film ‘Mujjaffar’ (1983). In the same year, he also made his debut in the movie ‘Ek Aur Raja’. From then on, he appeared in many movies, including ‘Biwi Aur Ghoul’, ‘Darr’, ‘Kamal’, ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ and many more. He became a superstar from the mid-80s and was one of the most successful actors in Bollywood during that time. But it’s not just about his acting skills. Salman is also a singer. His song, ‘Dhunde Dil’, became very popular and is still heard on the radio today.

Salman Khan: Hollywood Prospect

Salman Khan has acted in quite a few Hollywood movies. He played a small role in the Hollywood movie ‘The Fifth Element’ (1997). And in 2002, he played a supporting role in the Hollywood film ‘The Man’. But it was in 2003 that he got the role that would make a huge impact on his career. He played the role of Dus. He earned appreciation for the performance and received a lot of appreciation for it. In fact, that was so popular that he was asked to play Dus in the sequel of the same film too. He received many offers for the same and even collaborated with Hollywood directors like Martin Campbell and John Woo.

Salman Khan: Existence in the Media World

Over the years, Salman has been a part of many TV shows and reality shows in India and abroad. He has also done many advertisements, including those for Hero Honda, Tata Tea, Cinthol, Pizza Hut and many more. Apart from that, he has also been in several films. He played the lead role in ‘Hum Saath Saath’ (2002), ‘Mou Main Inda Forever’ (2003) and ‘All The Best’ (2006). He also appeared in ‘EID Gift’ (2003), ‘Main Hoon Na’ (2005) and ‘Ra.One’ (2009). He has also been doing a lot of charitable work over the years. In 1994, he set up the Being Human Foundation, a charity that helps underprivileged children. He also supports many other charities and has been doing so since long.

Salman Khan: The Man Who Can't Be Stopped

Salman Khan has been a part of many controversies over the years. He made headlines for his relationships with several actresses, including Aishwarya Rai and Katrina Kaif. And he also courted a controversy for his statement about the 2002 Gujarat riots. Apart from that, he has also been accused of assaulting several individuals. One such instance was in 2014 when he was accused of torturing a man who trespassed in his house. And in 2018, two girls accused him of molestation. Salman Khan has also been in many accidents over the years. He was involved in a car accident in 1998, which broke both his legs and kept him away from the spotlight for a while. And in 2003, he was driving his car with his bodyguards at the wheel when the car crashed into a truck. Both him and his bodyguards were injured in the accident. And he was even charged with drunk driving.