Salman Khan Is Our Transformation Tuesday Inspiration!

Salman Khan has been around Bollywood for over 3 decades now. Check out his different looks over the years
Salman Khan Is Our Transformation Tuesday Inspiration!
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Salman Khan recently shared two opposite snaps of himself from his upcoming film Bharat. In one photo, Salman looks visibly older whereas in the other he has truly become the young man the yesteryears remembered him as. What a perfect post for Transformation Tuesday

In this photo Salman looks very, very young. You can see a smiling Disha Patani in the background.

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In this second look, Salman has a serious and intense look on his face. In the title of the photo he says, "As many white hair I have in my head and my beard, I have had more colourful moments than them in my past."

Salman Khan appeared for the first time in Bollywood on the big screen in the 1988 Biwi Ho Toh Aisi. In 1989, he appeared as a chocolatey hero/brat in the Sooraj Barjatya hit, Maine Pyaar Kiya.

Salman turned into an action hero in the nineties with films such as Patthar Ke Phool, Love and Suryavanshi. However, he rose to success with the image of the adorable hero from Saajan, Dil Tera Aashiq and finally the blockbuster, Hum Aapke Hain Koun.

In the late nineties, Salman found success in the David Dhawan masala formula. His hit Judwaa even got remade by David Dhawan recently with Varun Dhawan playing Salman’s role. He further collaborated with Dhawan in Biwi No. 1 and Chal Mere Bhai.

It was in Tere Naam and Hum Dil Chuke Sanam that saw Salman act as a slightly older hero. It was in the early 2000s that Salman did a string of flops but came back to business as Chulbul Pandey. This is where Salman looked like a seasoned actor and, quite obviously, much older than the heroines he was paired with.

We are really looking forward to how Salman Khan has Benjamin Buttoned as a younger Sallu in Bharat.

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