Salman Khan rang in his 51st birthday with a bang. With all his friends and family by his side, the Sultan actor cut the cake with his little nephew Ahil looking on. And of course, how could the birthday be complete without his brothers, Arbaaz and Sohail? Others who were spotted at the birthday bash were Salman’s sisters Alvira Khan and Arpita Khan Sharma, Daisy Shah, Bina Kak and Sangita Bijlani. Here are some other pictures from the birthday celebration: (Story – India Today; Images – IANS) For more stories, please visit - in.news.yahoo.com/tagged/photos
Whether you like it or not, Salman Khan has achieved feats that no other Bollywood star has ever achieved. There are now valid reasons on why we may regard Salman Khan as a legend in Bollywood. Here are some of them.
During an interview for the promotion of the movie ‘Sultan’, leading actor Salman Khan made a remark: “I felt like a raped woman walking out.” Khan compared shooting wrestling shots, lifting a 120-kg man ten times and his hectic schedule to feeling like a raped woman. The nation went into an uproar, women commissions went berserk and a few rape victims sued him.
She is making all the right moves as a successful actor and producer today, but for Anushka Sharma it has not been an easy journey in Bollywood. Coming from a background which had no filmi connections, she has really worked hard for the way to the top. Bollywood Journalist spoke to her about her upcoming film Sultan and how difficult it was to play a wrestler. Over to Anushka
At 51 he has been putting more efforts than ever before. Presenting Salman Khan as speaks about his latest film ‘Sultan’, his journey in Bollywood and the controversies that he has been mired in.
Dangal: Mr. Perfectionist, Aamir Khan, is known to go the extra mile while preparing for all his roles, and with his latest, Dangal, he has taken perfection to a whole new level. Apart from gaining around 20 kilos for the film, where he portrays wrestler Mahavir Phogat, Khan also has been going through rigorous workout sessions to get the stamina and strength required for a wrestler. Khan has also been spending hours learning the game, and learnt a wrestling move – dhobi pachad - in ten days.