Childhood and Early Life
Birth Name: Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan
Birth Day: 27th December 1965
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Birth Place: Indore, Madhya Pradesh.
Parents: Salim Khan, a scriptwriter who gave hit films like Sholay and Don, and his first wife, Salma Khan.
Siblilngs: Two brothers: Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan and Two Sisters: Alvira and Arpita.
Debut Film: Biwi Ho To Aisi as a supporting Actor in 1988
Salman Films Details (till date)
Ready (June 2011) (Under Production), Partner 2 (2011) (Under Production), Dabangg (September 10, 2010) (Under Production), Prem Kaa Game (March 26, 2010) as The Sutradhaar, Veer (January 22, 2010) (Released) as Veer, Amar Akbar Anthony Remake (2010) as Amar, Banda Yeh Bindaas Hai (2010), Wanted 2 (2010) (Announced), No Entry Mein Entry (2010) (Announced), Kick (2010) (Under Production), Do Aur Do Paanch (2010) (Post-Production) as Special Appearance, F.A.L.T.U (2010) (Under Production) as Cameo, Mr India 2 (2010) (Announced) as Mogambo, Yeh Dooriyan (2010) (Under Production) As Himself, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (November 6, 2009) as Special Appearance, London Dreams (October 30, 2009) as Mann, Main Aurr Mrs Khanna (October 16, 2009) as Samir Khanna, Wanted (September 18, 2009) as Radhe (Rajeev Shekhavat), Yuvvraaj (November 21, 2008) as Deven Yuvvraaj
Heroes (October 24, 2008) as Balkar Singh, Hello (October 10, 2008) as Chetan Bhagat (Special Appearance), God Tussi Great Ho (August 15, 2008) as Arun Prajapati, Saawariya (November 9, 2007) as Special Appearance, Om Shanti Om (November 9, 2007) as Himself (Special Appearance)
Marigold: An Adventure In India (August 17, 2007) as Prem, Partner (July 20, 2007) as Prem (Love Guru), Salaam-E-Ishq (January 26, 2007) as Rahul
Baabul (December 8, 2006) as Avinash, Jaan-E-Mann (October 20, 2006) as Suhaan Kapoor, Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar (August 4, 2006) as Ayaan
Saawan – The Love Season (April 6, 2006) (Released), Kyon Ki (November 2, 2005) as Anand, No Entry (August 26, 2005) as Prem, Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya (July 15, 2005) as Dr. Samir, Lucky – No Time For Love (April 8, 2005) as Aditya, Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa (September 10, 2004) as Rishabh, Phir Milenge (August 27, 2004) as Rohit Manchanda (Special Appearance), Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (July 30, 2004) as Sameer Malhotra, Garv (July 9, 2004) as Arjun Ranawat, Baghban (October 3, 2003) as Alok Raj (Special Appearance), Tere Naam (August 15, 2003) as Radhe Mohan, Stumped (May 16, 2003) as Special Appearance (Song), Love At Times Square (February 14, 2003) as Special Appearance (Song), Yeh Hai Jalwa (July 26, 2002) as Raj ‘Raju’ Saxena/Raj Mittal, Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam (May 24, 2002) as Suraj, Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge (February 22, 2002) as Veer Singh Thakur/Ali,Chori Chori Chupke Chupke (March 9, 2001) as Raj Malhotra, Kahi Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye (November 17, 2000) as Prem Kapoor, Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke (September 29, 2000) as Special Appearance, Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega (August 4, 2000) as Raj/Romi, Chal Mere Bhai (May 5, 2000) as Prem Oberoi, Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge (January 15, 2000) as Raja Oberoi, Hum Saath Saath Hain (November 5, 1999) as Prem, Hello Brother (September 10, 1999) as Hero, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (June 18, 1999) as Sameer Rafilini, Sirf Tum (June 11, 1999) as Prem (Special Appearance), Biwi No. 1 (May 28, 1999) as Prem, Jaanam Samjha Karo (April 2, 1999) as Rahul, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (October 16, 1998) as Aman Mehra (Special Appearence), Bandhan (October 2, 1998) as Raju, Sar Utha Ke Jiyo (September 25, 1998) as Special Appearance, Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai (May 22, 1998) as Suraj Dhanrajgir, Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya (March 27, 1998) as Suraj Khanna, Deewana Mastana (October 10, 1997) as Prem Kumar (Uncredited), Auzaar (February 28, 1997) as Suraj Prakash, Judwaa (February 7, 1997) as Raja/Prem Malhotra, Dus (1997) as Captain Jeet Sharma, Dushman Duniya Ka (November 22, 1996) as Special Appearance, Jeet (August 23, 1996) as Raju, Khamoshi The Musical (August 9, 1996) as Raj, Yeh Majhdhaar (March 29, 1996) as Gopal, Veergati (September 29, 1995) as Ajay, Karan Arjun (January 13, 1995) as Arjun Singh/Vijay, Sangdil Sanam (December 16, 1994) as Kishan, Chaand Ka Tukdaa (August 19, 1994) as Shyam Malhotra, Hum Aapke Hai Koun! (August 5, 1994) as Prem, Andaaz Apna Apna (April 11, 1994) as Prem, Chandramukhi (October 22, 1993) as Raja Rai, Dil Tera Ashiq (October 22, 1993) as Vijay
Nishchay (July 17, 1992) as Rohan Yadav/Vasudev Gujral, Jagruti (July 3, 1992) as Jugnu, Ek Ladka Ek Ladki (June 18, 1992) as Raja, Suryavanshi (February 14, 1992) as Vicky/Suryavanshi Vikram Singh, Saajan (December 20, 1991) as Akash Verma, Love (November 15, 1991) as Prithvi, Kurbaan (May 31, 1991) as Akash Singh, Patthar Ke Phool (February 22, 1991) as Inspector Suraj Verma, Sanam Bewafa (January 11, 1991) as Salman Khan, Baaghi (December 21, 1990) as Sajan, Maine Pyar Kiya (December 29, 1989) as Prem Choudhary, Biwi Ho To Aisi (August 26, 1988) as Vicky Bhandari
As Costume Designer in: Dil To Pagal Hai (October 30, 1997) (Released)
As Lyricist in: Wanted (September 18, 2009) (Released)
As Playback Singer in:
Prem Kaa Game (March 26, 2010) (Released)
Wanted (September 18, 2009) (Released)
Yuvvraaj (November 21, 2008) (Released)
Chal Mere Bhai (May 5, 2000) (Released)
Hello Brother (September 10, 1999) (Released)
As Story Writer in Veer (January 22, 2010) (Released)
Patthar Ke Phool (February 22, 1991) (Released)
As Producer in Insaaniyat Ke Devta (1993) (Released)
Sallu’s Personal Life
Since the past many years, Salman Khan has been known for his amazing body. He is one of the first actors who realized the importance of bodybuilding and having six-pack abs. In 2004, People magazine of U.S. voted him as the 7th best-looking man in the World and the best looking man in India. He has had relationships with a number of females in the past, which include Sangeeta Bijlani, Somy Ali and Aishwarya Rai. Touted to be the ‘Most Eligible Bachelor’ of Bollywood, he has been dating model-turned-actress Katrina Kaif since 2003.
Despite his tough guy and angry young man image, Salman Khan has always been the favorite of the audience. Behind his tough stance is a sensitive heart that constantly indulges in charities and loves to bring a smile on people’s face. In October 2007, he accepted an offer to have his wax replica in Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in London. The life-size wax statue was installed there in January 2008. Salman Khan is the step-son of the yesteryears diva Helen and has Malaika Arora Khan as his sister-in-law (Arbaaz’s wife) and Atul Agnihotri as his brother-in-law (Alvira’s husband).
Salman Khan Controversies
Throughout his career, Salman Khan has been involved in several controversies. In September 2002, he was arrested for rash and negligent driving. This was when his car rammed into a Mumbai bakery, killing one person and injuring three. Though the charge of culpable homicide was later dropped, he is still in trial for lesser charges related to the accident. In 2006, he was convicted for hunting the endangered ‘Chinkara’, during the shoot of film ‘Hum Saath Saath Hai’. Later, he was granted bail by the police. His affair as well as break-up with Aishwarya was much publicized and she also accused him of harassing her.
1990: Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for Maine Pyar Kiya
1999: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
1990: Filmfare Best Actor Award for Maine Pyar Kiya
1996: Filmfare Best Actor Award for Karan Arjun
1997: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Jeet
1999: Filmfare Best Actor Award for Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya
2000: Filmfare Best Actor Award for Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
2000: Filmfare Best Comedian Award for Biwi No.1
2004: Filmfare Best Actor Award for Tere Naam
2004: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Baghban
2006: Filmfare Best Comedian Award for No Entry
Star Screen Awards
2004: Star Screen Award Best Actor for Tere Naam
2005: Star Screen Award Best Actor for Garv: Pride and Honour
Zee Cine Awards
2004: Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Tere Naam
2005: Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
2006: Zee Cine Award Best Actor in a Supporting Role- Male for No Entry
Bollywood Movie Awards
2002: Bollywood Movie Award – Most Sensational Actor, Chori Chori Chupke Chupke
2010: IIFA Award for Habitat Humanity Ambassadorship
2010: IIFA Best Actor Award for Wanted
Indian Telly Awards
2008: Best Anchor, 10 Ka Dum (Season 1)
2009: Best Anchor, 10 Ka Dum (Season 2)
2007: Rajiv Gandhi Award for his Outstanding achievement in entertainment.