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Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(born 27 December 1965),[3] credited as Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(pronunciation: [səlˈmaːn ˈxaːn]), is an Indian film actor, producer, singer and television personality. In a film career spanning almost thirty years, Khan has received numerous awards, including two National Film Awards and two Filmfare Awards.[4] He has a significant following in Asia and the Indian diaspora worldwide, and is cited in the media as one of the most commercially successful actors of Indian cinema.[5][6] The eldest son of screenwriter Salim Khan, Khan began his acting career with a supporting role in Biwi Ho To Aisi
Biwi Ho To Aisi
(1988) and achieved breakthrough with a leading role in his next release—Sooraj Barjatya's romance Maine Pyar Kiya
Maine Pyar Kiya
(1989). Khan went on to establish himself in Bollywood
Bollywood
in the 1990s with roles in several top-grossing productions, including the romantic drama Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994), the action thriller Karan Arjun
Karan Arjun
(1995), the comedy Biwi No.1 (1999), and the family drama Hum Saath-Saath Hain
Hum Saath-Saath Hain
(1999). For his role in Karan Johar's romantic drama Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
(1998), Khan was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. After a brief period of decline in the 2000s, Khan achieved greater stardom in the 2010s by playing the lead role in blockbuster action films with Dabangg
Dabangg
(2010), Ready (2011) and Bodyguard (2011). He rose to prominence with series of action films Ek Tha Tiger
Ek Tha Tiger
(2012), Dabangg
Dabangg
2 (2012), Kick (2014), Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
(2015), Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015), Sultan (2016) and Tiger Zinda Hai
Tiger Zinda Hai
(2017), all of which rank among the highest-grossing Indian films of all time. Twelve of the films in which Khan has acted in have accumulated nett gross earnings of over ₹1 billion (US$15 million).[7][8][9][10] He is the only actor to star in the highest-grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
films of ten separate years.[11] Khan topped the Forbes
Forbes
India
India
charts for 2014, in terms of both fame and revenues.[12] According to the Forbes
Forbes
2015 list of Top-Paid 100 Celebrity Entertainers in world, Khan was the highest ranked Indian with 71st rank with earnings of $33.5 million.[13] In addition to his acting career, Khan is a stage performer and an active humanitarian through his charity non-profit organisation, Being Human.[14] Khan's off-screen life is marred by controversy and legal troubles. His tumultuous relationship with Aishwarya Rai, his hunting of endangered species, and a negligent driving case in which he ran over five people with his car, killing one, have been extensively covered by the Indian media.[15] For the last of these, Khan was sentenced to five years' imprisonment in 2015, but was later acquitted.[16][17][18] On 5 April 2018, Khan was convicted in the blackbuck poaching case and sentenced to five years imprisonment, for which he is to appeal to the court on the next day, April 6.[19][20] He established Being Human Foundation
Being Human Foundation
through which he does several charities. He also owns production companies Salman Khan
Salman Khan
Being Human Production (SKBHP) and Salman Khan Films
Salman Khan Films
(SKF).

Contents

1 Early life and background 2 Career

2.1 1989–93: Debut and breakthrough 2.2 1994–2009: Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!! and other films 2.3 2009–present: commercial success

3 Production 4 Other work

4.1 Television 4.2 Brand endorsements

5 Mentor 6 Philanthropy 7 Personal life 8 In the media 9 Controversies

9.1 Hit-and-run case 9.2 Relationship with Aishwarya Rai 9.3 Blackbuck
Blackbuck
hunting and Arms Act violations cases 9.4 Remarks about 26/11 attacks 9.5 Tweets on Yakub Memon 9.6 Uri attack

10 Accolades 11 Discography 12 See also 13 References 14 Bibliography 15 External links

Early life and background

Khan with brothers Arbaaz Khan
Arbaaz Khan
(left) and Sohail Khan
Sohail Khan
(right)

Khan is the eldest son of screenwriter Salim Khan
Salim Khan
and his first wife Sushila Charak (who later adopted the name Salma Khan). His paternal ancestors were Pathan[21][22][23][24] from present-day Afghanistan[25] who immigrated to Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh
in the mid 1800s. His grandfather Abdul Rashid Khan was a Deputy Inspector General of the Indore
Indore
state who was awarded Diler Jung award of the Holkar times.[26] Khan's mother is a Maharashtrian,[27] whose father Baldev Singh Charak comes from Jammu-Kashmir[28] and whose mother comes from Maharashtra.[25][29] Khan's stepmother is Helen, a former actress. He has two brothers, Arbaaz Khan
Arbaaz Khan
and Sohail Khan; and two sisters, Alvira Khan Agnihotri, who is married to actor/director Atul Agnihotri, and an adopted sister Arpita.[30] Salman finished his schooling at St. Stanislaus High School in Bandra, Mumbai, as did his younger brothers Arbaaz and Sohail. Previously, he studied at The Scindia School, Gwalior
Gwalior
for a few years along with his younger brother Arbaaz.[31] He attended St. Xavier's College in Mumbai but dropped out.[32] Career See also: Salman Khan
Salman Khan
filmography 1989–93: Debut and breakthrough Khan made his acting debut with a supporting role in the 1988 film Biwi Ho To Aisi
Biwi Ho To Aisi
in which his voice was dubbed by someone else. His first leading role in a Bollywood
Bollywood
movie was in Sooraj R. Barjatya's romantic family drama Maine Pyar Kiya
Maine Pyar Kiya
(1989), one of India's highest-grossing films.[33][34] It earned him his first nomination for a Best Actor at Filmfare, but the much expected Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut was awarded to Sooraj Barjatya.[35] Maine Pyar Kiya
Maine Pyar Kiya
was later dubbed in English as When Love Calls, a 125-minute version, which was the biggest hit in the Caribbean market at Guyana
Guyana
and also dominated the box office collections in Trinidad and Tobago. Maine Pyar Kiya
Maine Pyar Kiya
had also been dubbed in Spanish as Te Amo, the first experiment of its kind. This 125-minute film also proved its universal appeal with a glorious 10-week premiere run at Lima, capital of Peru. In Telugu as Prema Paavuraalu, it crossed 25 weeks at Visakhapatnam
Visakhapatnam
and had a 100-plus day run at six centres in Andhra Pradesh.[36] It was also dubbed in Tamil as Kaadhal Oru Kavithai and in Malayalam as Ina Praavukal. 1990 saw one film release starring Khan; Baaghi: A Rebel for Love, a box office success,[37] followed by three moderately successful films in 1991, Patthar Ke Phool, Sanam Bewafa, and Kurbaan. In the same year, Khan co-starred with Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
and Madhuri Dixit
Madhuri Dixit
in the Romance drama film Saajan.[38] The movie was a critical and financial success.[39][40] Despite these early successes, nearly all of his 1992–1993 releases resulted in box office failures.[39] 1994–2009: Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!! and other films

Khan (right) with Saif Ali Khan
Saif Ali Khan
at an event for World Aids Day
World Aids Day
in 2007

In 1994, Khan appeared in Rajkumar Santoshi's Andaz Apna Apna, co-starring Aamir Khan. At the time of its release, the film failed at the box office but has gained a cult status over the years. He returned to success later in the year with his second collaboration with director Sooraj Barjatya
Sooraj Barjatya
in the romance Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! co-starring Madhuri Dixit. During the 1995 awards season, the film won 3 Filmfare Awards for Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress. It also won the National Award for being the most popular film of the year.[41] Earning over ₹1.35 billion (US$21 million) worldwide, the film became the biggest Bollywood
Bollywood
hit of the year. It is one of the films on Box Office India's list of "Biggest Blockbusters Ever in Hindi Cinema".[42] This film turned out to be one of Bollywood's highest-grossing films ever, becoming the fourth-highest earner of all time.[43] The film broke all the previous records and maintained itself as the highest-grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
film throughout history for 7 years. In 1995 he starred in Rakesh Roshan's Karan Arjun
Karan Arjun
alongside Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Arjun
Karan Arjun
is an upbeat Bollywood
Bollywood
musical, with religious overtones and action. The film was released on 13 January 1995. The two played brothers who are reincarnated after being killed by family enemies. The film was the second biggest hit of the year, and his role of Karan once again put his name among the nominees for the Best Actor award for Filmfare Awards.[44] In 1996, Khan performed in two movies, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's directional debut Khamoshi: The Musical, a box office failure,[45] but critically acclaimed.[46] and Raj Kanwar's action hit Jeet.[45] He had two releases in 1997: Judwaa
Judwaa
and Auzaar. The former was a comedy directed by David Dhawan
David Dhawan
where he played a dual role of twins separated at birth and was a commercial success, while the latter, an action thriller was "below average".[47] Khan worked in five different films in 1998, his first release being the romantic comedy film Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya opposite Kajol, one of the biggest commercial successes of that year.[48] This was followed by the moderately successful drama Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai[39] where Khan played a young man who has to take a child who claims to be his son, under his custody. Khan's performance in the film earned him several positive notices and favourable reviews from critics.[49] He rounded off the year with an extended cameo in Karan Johar's directorial debut, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, for which he earned a second Filmfare Award under the Best Supporting Actor category.[50] In 1999, Khan starred in three films: Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United and Biwi No.1, (the two highest-grossing films that year)[51] and Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
alongside Aishwarya Rai
Aishwarya Rai
and Ajay Devgan, which earned him another Best Actor nomination at the Filmfare awards.[52] The film was a critical and commercial success[51][53] along with its music. In 2000, Khan acted in films including Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega
and Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, which addressed the issue of surrogate childbirth; Khan played the role of a rich industrialist who hires a surrogate mother after his wife becomes infertile. Critics noted his turn towards a more serious role, which reportedly had more substance in comparison to his previous roles.[54][55] In 2002 he starred in the delayed release Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam. For Tere Naam, (2003) Taran Adarsh said of him, " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
is exceptional in a role that fits him to the T. He breathes fire in sequences that demand uneasiness. But beneath the tough exterior lies a vulnerable person and this facet in particular comes to the fore in the latter reels. His emotional outbursts are splendid..."[56] Tere Naam is to date considered Salman Khan's best film with a critically acclaimed performance.[57][58] He subsequently continued his success at the box office with comedies like Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
(2004) and No Entry
No Entry
(2005).[39] Khan's work in 2006 included Jaan-E-Mann
Jaan-E-Mann
and Baabul, however neither of these films were successful at the box office. Khan started 2007 with the ensemble film Salaam E Ishq. His next release Partner performed well at the box office.[59] He next appeared in the Hollywood movie, Marigold: An Adventure in India
India
which told the love story of an Indian man and an American woman. Khan starred in three films throughout 2008, all of which underperformed.[60] Khan hosted the second season of the game show 10 Ka Dum
10 Ka Dum
in the year 2009, which turned out to be even more successful than his first season as host in the year 2008. The show got very high TRPs for Sony Entertainment Television and according to reports, the show helped Sony TV regain its third position in the Indian television ratings.[61] 2009–present: commercial success 2009 marked a significant turning point in Khan's career. Firstly, Wanted, directed by choreographer turned director Prabhu Deva, which became a box office success and earned superhit status.[62] In the same year, he appeared in two other films, Main Aurr Mrs Khanna
Main Aurr Mrs Khanna
and London Dreams. London Dreams
London Dreams
did average business due to the uninspiring music, but Main Aurr Mrs Khanna
Main Aurr Mrs Khanna
was a commercial failure. Khan's first release of 2010 was Anil Sharma's commercially and critically unsuccessful film Veer.

Khan in 2009

His next release, Dabangg
Dabangg
was released on Eid, 10 September 2010. Khan played the role of a fearless cop with comic effect in the film. It opened to generally positive reviews and broke several box office records upon release. The film set another box office record, grossing ₹808.7 million in its first week, thus becoming the highest opening week grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
film, overtaking the previous record of 3 Idiots. Dabangg
Dabangg
went on to gross ₹2.15 billion worldwide. It is the highest-grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
film of 2010 and, as of 2012, the fourth highest–grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
film of all time.[63] Dabangg
Dabangg
went on to win several awards, including the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. It was later remade in Tamil and Telugu, The film was produced by his brother Arbaaz Khan, and was released on 10 September 2010. It made a record opening at the box office.[64][65] Dabangg
Dabangg
at that time was the second and now the fourth highest-grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
film and for his performance, Khan received a Star Screen Award for Best Actor
Star Screen Award for Best Actor
and a Stardust Award for Star of the Year – Male and was nominated for his sixth Filmfare Award for Best Actor. Anupama Chopra
Anupama Chopra
from NDTV
NDTV
wrote about his performance: "It's the role of a lifetime and Salman Khan
Salman Khan
bites into it like a starving man devours a feast. He inhabits it fully, strutting and swaggering and even, spoofing himself."[66] Khan's first release of 2011 was Ready. Upon release, Ready became the second highest opening day grosser, as well as the second highest weekend grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
film at that time, after Dabangg. It also held records for being the second highest grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
film of 2011.[67][68] He next appeared in Bodyguard, a remake of the 2010 Malayalam film of the same name. The film was not well received by critics, though it became a financial success, with a domestic total of 1,409.5 million (US$26 million)—India's highest-earning film of the year.[69]

Khan with Katrina Kaif
Katrina Kaif
at the launch of Ek Tha Tiger's first song 'Mashallah'.

Khan's first release of 2012 was Ek Tha Tiger
Ek Tha Tiger
where he starred opposite Katrina Kaif
Katrina Kaif
and acted as an Indian Spy. The film garnered positive to mixed reactions from critics[70] whilst opening to extremely strong box office collections.[71] The film went on to break the opening day box office record with a collection of ₹312.3 million (US$4.8 million)[72] and became the second Bollywood
Bollywood
film to gross over ₹3 billion (US$46 million) worldwide, behind only 3 Idiots, with an eventual gross of ₹3.1 billion (US$47 million).[73] It marks his first association with Yash Raj Films.[74] The film also broke the records of Opening weekend net gross (First 3 Days of Release),[75] Opening week net gross (First 7 Days of Release) and entered the 100 crore club within just 5 days of release, breaking Khan's own record set by Bodyguard in 7 Days.[76] Khan's second release of 2012 is Dabangg
Dabangg
2, which is the sequel of Dabangg, under the production of Arbaaz Khan. Upon release, the film netted an excellent ₹192.1 million (US$2.9 million) on its opening day and became the biggest opener for a non-holiday Friday in India, beating the previous record held by Don 2,[77] and collected ₹582.6 million (US$8.9 million), beating the previous three-day record set by Ek Tha Tiger.[78][79] Dabangg
Dabangg
2 eventually emerged as a huge financial success with revenues of ₹2.5 billion (US$38 million) globally.[80] After a one-year gap, Khan's first release of 2014 was Jai Ho which he starred in opposite Daisy Shah. After five consecutive successful films, his next film performed moderately at the box office despite making over 100 crore in India. His second release, Kick, a remake of a Telugu film has entered the Rs. 200 crore club in India
India
on Eid. He also sang the "Hangover" song from the movie.[81] Khan's first film of 2015, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, which was released on Eid, received positive reviews from critics and the public and broke several box office records upon release. The film set an all-time weekend record collecting ₹1.02 billion (US$16 million) on its first weekend at domestic box offices and became Khan's eighth consecutive film to gross over 100 crores.[82] The film, grossing ₹1.84 billion (US$28 million) on its first week beat the previous record of PK.[83] This was Khan's first and the second Bollywood
Bollywood
film after PK to enter the 300 club.[84] The film is currently the second highest-grossing Bollywood
Bollywood
film in India
India
and worldwide with a collection of over 600 crore.[85] Bajrangi Bhaijaan crossed 300 crore within 20 days of its release and became the second highest grosser to date in India,[86][87] while his second film, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, a Diwali release received mixed reviews from critics and the public and broke several box office records upon release. The film became the ninth consecutive film of Salman Khan
Salman Khan
to gross over 100 crores. The film grossed ₹1.73 billion (US$27 million) on its first week. As of 25 November, the film collected ₹2.01 billion. With this, khan become the only actor to give three back-to-back movies which collected more than ₹200 crore (US$31 million) net domestically.[8] He became the only actor to collect over ₹5 billion (US$77 million) domestic net in a single year in India.[88][89][90][91] Khan's first film of 2016, yet again another Eid release, Sultan, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar
Ali Abbas Zafar
for Yash Raj Films received positive reviews from both critics and the public breaking several box office records. The film opened on an average of 70% audience occupancy[92] and grossed approximately ₹36.54 crore (US$5.6 million) on its opening day.[93] The film also collected another ₹74.86 (US$1.10) on its first weekend, bringing its total first week collections to an approximate of ₹208 crore (US$32 million).[94] By the end of its second week, the film had grossed an estimated ₹278 crore (US$43 million)[95] and later became the second film of Khan to net over 300 crores.[96] As of 9 August, the film grossed ₹583.26 crore (US$89 million) worldwide.[97] In June 2017, Khan appeared in Tubelight, his third collaboration with Kabir Khan after Ek Tha Tiger
Ek Tha Tiger
and Bajrangi Bhaijaan. This film also starred Khan's real-life brother Sohail Khan. Despite its high expectations, the film failed to maintain a strong run at the box office. Khan's second release of 2017 Tiger Zinda Hai, a sequel to Ek Tha Tiger[98] grossed ₹190 crore worldwide in its opening weekend.[99] As of 23 January 2018, the film has grossed ₹552 crore (US$85 million) worldwide,[100] including ₹427.67 crore (US$66 million) in India[101] and ₹122.98 crore (US$19 million) overseas.[102] Khan starrer Kick 2
Kick 2
to release on Christmas 2019[103] Production In 2011, he launched his own production company, called SKBH Productions ( Salman Khan
Salman Khan
Being Human Productions). Money generated from film productions will be donated to the Being Human organisation. The first film made under the banner was the kids' entertainer Chillar Party, which went on to win 3 National Awards for Best Children's film, Best Original Screenplay and Child Artist's Award.[104][105] SKBH Productions next film will be Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, a remake directed by Mahesh Manjrekar. In 2014, he launched another production house called SKF (Salman Khan Films). The first film released under this banner was the Canadian film Dr. Cabbie. The film earned $350,452 on its opening day at the box office and Dr. Cabbie
Dr. Cabbie
became the second highest-grossing film in Canada. The next films under this banner were Hero, in which he also sang the title song "Hero"[106][107] by Nikhil Advani, which starred Aditya Pancholi's son Suraj Pancholi and Sunil Shetty's daughter Athiya Shetty; and Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Bajrangi Bhaijaan
by Kabir Khan starring Khan himself with Kareena Kapoor
Kareena Kapoor
& Nawazuddin Siddiqui.[108] Other work Television In 2008 Khan hosted 10 Ka Dum. The show was extremely popular and was at the number one spot in ratings in India. It garnered an average TVR of 2.81 and a peak rating of 4.5, leaving behind Shahrukh Khan's Kya Aap Paanchvi Paas Se Tej hai? with an average rating of 1.37 TVR and a peak rating of 2.3 and Hrithik Roshan's Junoon — Kuch Kar Dikhane Ka on NDTV
NDTV
Imagine with an average TVR of 0.76 and a peak rating of 1.1.[109] According to reports, the show helped Sony TV regain its third position in the Indian television ratings.[110] He again hosted the show in 2009 and thus won the Best Anchor Award for 10 Ka Dum
10 Ka Dum
in 2008 and 2009. In 2010 Khan hosted Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
4. The show was widely accepted and appreciated due to Khan's hosting and surpassed the famous hosting of Amitabh Bachchan,[111] According to data available with aMap, a television viewership monitoring agency, the opening episode of Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
4 on Colors got a rating of 3.6. Season 3 had average rating of 2.43 while Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
1 and Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
2 had average ratings of 1.96 and 2.03. While Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
1 was anchored by Arshad Warsi, Shilpa Shetty
Shilpa Shetty
hosted Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
2 and Amitabh Bachchan, Bigg Boss 3.[112] The Grand Finale episode on 8 January 2011, received a TRP of 6.7, which was the highest among the finales of other Indian reality shows such as Kaun Banega Crorepati, Rahul Dulhaniya Le Jayega, MasterChef
MasterChef
and DID –Li’l Masters.[113] Due to high TRP Khan again hosted Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
5 along with Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
in 2011 and because of huge acceptance he also hosted Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
6 and Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
7 in 2012 and 2013. In 2013 Khan hosted the Star Guild Award for the first time. Khan also hosted Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
8, Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
9, Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
10 and Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
11. Brand endorsements Khan was associated as a brand when he had done the advertisements for Campa Cola,[114] Limca
Limca
Soft drink,[115] Hero Honda
Hero Honda
bikes[116] and Double Bull shirts[117] well before he entered the film Industry. Even after he became a superstar, he never showed interest in promoting himself as a brand, but he was signed for Thums Up
Thums Up
in 2002 and continued until its contract was over. Later Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
replaced Khan. Later he was the brand ambassador of the soft drink Mountain Dew with whom he ended the contract in December 2010,[118] and now he is once again promoting Thums Up.[119][120] He has also become the brand ambassador for the travel website, Yatra.com, which also made him a shareholder.[121] He is also the face of the History Channel and the new brand ambassador for Suzuki
Suzuki
motorcycles,[122] Previously he endorsed Red Tape Shoes,[123] and now he is endorsing Relaxo Hawaii.[124] Khan is also the brand ambassador of the detergent brand Wheel.[125] He has also appeared for Chlormint, a brand of gum, with his brother Sohail Khan. The actor has also done a jewellery brand, Sangini with Kareena Kapoor.[126] Apart from innerwear brand Dixcy Scott and tablet BlackBerry Playbook, Britannia' s Tiger biscuits is the latest endorsement of Salman.[127] He is also the face of Ranbaxy' s Revital, replacing Yuvraj Singh.[128] Apart from these brands, he also has Rotomac Pen and SF Sonic Batteries endorsements.[129] Now Khan has been roped in as the brand ambassador of Dubai-based fashion label Splash,[130] and has been also signed as the brand ambassador for Astral Poly Technik Ltd, the leading manufacturers of plumbing and drainage systems in the country.[131] Khan is also the brand ambassador of civic body Bombay Municipal Corporation's (BMC) drive against open defecation in Mumbai,[132] and has been also signed by the Security and Surveillance brand, CP PLUS as their CCTV ambassador.[133] Khan is now the second Ambassador along with Amitabh Bachchan for ‘Emami Healthy & Tasty’, ‘Himani Best Choice’ and ‘Rasoi’, apart from ‘Bake Magic’.[134] Mentor Khan has mentored a number of aspiring Bollywood
Bollywood
actors.[135] He has also been an inspiration for some Bollywood
Bollywood
actors like Hrithik Roshan and Arjun Kapoor
Arjun Kapoor
to get into perfect shape. Saawan Kumar Tak, the director of Sanam Bewafa, was helped by Khan as he worked Saawan... The Love Season for free.[136] Khan has recommended composers like Himesh Reshammiya
Himesh Reshammiya
and Sajid–Wajid. He supported Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Sanjay Leela Bhansali
to make Khamoshi: The Musical and then Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.[137][138] Actor Govinda' s career was rescued by Khan as he was offered a parallel role in Partner. Similarly it was Khan who suggested Mohnish Bahl
Mohnish Bahl
to Sooraj Barjatya for Maine Pyar Kiya
Maine Pyar Kiya
and later in Baaghi: A Rebel for Love after his stint as hero failed.[139] Bahl has also done important roles in Salman's Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!, Hum Saath-Saath Hain
Hum Saath-Saath Hain
and recently Jai Ho.[citation needed] Similarly he was instrumental in getting Ravi Kishan
Ravi Kishan
the role in Tere Naam.[citation needed] Salman is now reportedly mentoring Rinzing, son of Danny Denzongpa: Ali, son of Raza Murad and Vaibhav Anand, the son of late Vijay Anand for their Bollywood
Bollywood
launches. Similarly Aditya Pancholi’ s son Sooraj Pancholi
Sooraj Pancholi
and Suneil Shetty’ s daughter Athiya Shetty
Athiya Shetty
were launched by Salman in his production Hero.[140] He has also decided to offer Sonu Sood
Sonu Sood
his role in the Hindi remake of Mahesh Manjrekar’s 2010 hit Marathi movie Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho
Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho
since he lost many offers due to an injury that happened in the CCL while playing. Salman has decided to mentor his longtime loyal bodyguard Shera’s son as well.[141] Armaan Kohli, who had a failed Bollywood
Bollywood
career, played a major role with Khan in Sooraj Barjatya' s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.[142] Philanthropy

Khan at his Being Human show with actresses, (l-r) Kareena Kapoor, Rani Mukherjee, Preity Zinta, Katrina Kaif, Karishma Kapoor
Karishma Kapoor
and Priyanka Chopra.

Khan has been involved in several charities during his career.[143] He has started an NGO called Being Human which sells T-shirts and other products online and in stores. A portion of the revenues go to a worthy cause supporting the underprivileged.[144] Being Human Foundation is a registered charitable trust set up by Khan to help the underprivileged. In its early days, Khan set up and funded the Foundation using his own money. The Foundation has two focus areas: education and healthcare. To increase the reach and corpus of the Foundation, Salman Khan
Salman Khan
has undertaken initiatives such as Being Human Art, Being Human merchandise and Being Human Gitanjali Gold Coins.[145] In 2011, he launched his own production company called SKBH Productions ( Salman Khan
Salman Khan
Being Human Productions). Money which will be generated from film productions will be donated to Being Human. The first film made under the banner was the kids' entertainer Chillar Party, which went on to win 3 National Awards for Best Children's film, Best Original Screenplay and Child Artist's Award.[104][105] In January 2012, Khan offered to pay ₹4 million (US$61,000) to release about 400 prisoners from about 63 prisons in the state of Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
via his NGO. The prisoners had completed their terms, but due to economic reasons, they were unable to pay legal fines for their charges.[146] In July 2015, Khan offered to donate the profits of his most successful film Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Bajrangi Bhaijaan
among the poor farmers all over India. The film’s producers Khan and Rockline Venkatesh
Rockline Venkatesh
both have mutually decided to donate the profits of their film to them. The film's director Kabir Khan and Salman’s sister Alvira Agnihotri met Mahrashtra’s Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse to discuss the same.[147] Khan met with his 11 year old fan from Pakistan, Abdul Basit who had severe jaundice at the time of his birth; he was diagnosed to have Criggler Najjar Syndrome and was admitted to the Apollo Hospital, Delhi. The youngster wished to meet the “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” star Khan.[148][149][150][151][152][153] Personal life

Khan and Katrina Kaif
Katrina Kaif
at a fashion show in 2006

Khan resides in the Galaxy Apartments, Bandra, Mumbai. He also has a 150-acre plot in Panvel which has 3 bungalows, a swimming pool and a gym.[1] Khan is a dedicated and renowned bodybuilder.[1] Khan has never married. His relationships have been of keen interest to the media and his fans. In 1999, he began dating Bollywood
Bollywood
actress Aishwarya Rai; their relationship was often reported in the media until the couple separated in 2001. Khan started dating actress Katrina Kaif. After years of speculations, Kaif admitted in an interview in 2011 that she had been in a serious relationship with Khan for several years, but it ended in 2010.[154] Sangeeta Bijlani
Sangeeta Bijlani
and Somy Ali were also in serious relationships with Khan.[155] In August 2011, Khan admitted that he suffers from trigeminal neuralgia, a facial nerve disorder commonly known as the "suicide disease". In an interview, he said that he has been quietly suffering from it for the past seven years, but now the pain has become unbearable. He said that it has even affected his voice, making it much harsher.[156] Khan identifies as both Hindu and Muslim, commenting that, “I’m Hindu and Muslim both. I’m Bharatiya (an Indian)”.[157] He explained, “My father is Muslim and my mother is Hindu”.[158] In the media

Salman Khan
Salman Khan
promoting his production venture Chillar Party.

In 2004 Khan was ranked as the 7th Best looking man in the world by People Magazine of the USA. In 2008 his lifelike wax statue was installed in London's Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds
Museum, and so in 2012, once again another wax statue of him was installed in New York's Madame Tussauds Museum. In 2010 People Magazine, India
India
declared him the Sexiest Man Alive. In 2011, 2012 and 2013 he was declared the Times of India's Most Desirable Man in 2nd, 1st and 3rd place respectively.[159] In August 2013 he was declared India's Most Searched Celebrity Online.[160] Khan topped the Forbes
Forbes
India
India
charts for 2014, in terms of both fame and revenues.[12] According to the Forbes
Forbes
2015 list 'Celebrity 100 : The World's Top-Paid Entertainers 2015', Khan was the highest ranked Indian in the 71st rank with earnings of $33.5 million.[13] Khan was ranked seventh in Forbes's first global list of highest-paid actors in the world, with earnings of US$33.5 million, which placed him higher than such Hollywood actors as Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio
and Dwayne The Rock Johnson.[161][162][163][164][165] He regularly features in listings of the most influential people in Indian culture, and in 2015 he ranked ahead of US President Barack Obama
Barack Obama
in the list of The Most Admired Personalities of India.[166] In September 2015, a leading magazine declared him "The Most Attractive Personality" in India.[167] He also became the only actor to collect over ₹5.00 billion (US$77 million) domestic net in a single year in India.[88][89][90][91] Khan was ranked the second "Most Googled Indian of 2015" and first among Bollywood
Bollywood
actors.[168][169] On April 24, 2016 the Indian Olympic Association
Indian Olympic Association
appointed the actor as the Indian Olympic contingent's goodwill ambassador for the 2016 Summer Olympics.[170] As of August 2017, he is the ninth highest-paid actor in the world, and the second highest-paid in India
India
after Shah Rukh Khan, according to Forbes.[171] Controversies Hit-and-run case On 28 September 2002, Khan was arrested for rash and negligent driving after his car ran into a bakery in Mumbai; one person who was sleeping on the pavement outside the bakery died and three others were injured in the accident.[172] Charges of culpable homicide were laid against him, but later dropped.[173] On 24 July 2013, he was formally charged with culpable homicide in the case, to which he pleaded not guilty. On 6 May 2015, Khan was found guilty of all charges in the case. The Bombay Sessions Court concluded that Khan was driving the car under the influence of alcohol, causing the death of one and serious injury to four homeless persons. Sessions judge DW Deshpande convicted the actor for culpable homicide not amounting to murder and sentenced him to five years in prison. Later in the same day, Khan, being represented by Senior Counsel Amit Desai was granted bail by the Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court
till 8 May 2015,[174][175][176] on which the court suspended his prison sentence until the final appeal hearing in July.[177][178][179] His driver Ashok Singh, who had given the testimony that it was himself who was driving the car at the time of accident, was charged with perjury for misguiding the Court with false testimony and was arrested.[180] The kidnapping and eventual death of prime witness Police Constable Ravindra Patil remains a mystery, with some suspecting the involvement of organised crime.[181][182][183][184] In December 2015, Khan was acquitted of all charges from this case due to lack of evidence.[185][186] The Supreme Court on Tuesday July 5, 2016 admitted a plea by the Maharashtra government that challenged the acquittal of Salman Khan
Salman Khan
in this hit-and-run case by the Bombay High Court. The court refused to fast-track the case.[187] Relationship with Aishwarya Rai His relationship with actress Aishwarya Rai
Aishwarya Rai
was a well publicized topic in the Indian media.[188] After their breakup in March 2002, Rai accused him of harassing her. She claimed that Khan had not been able to come to terms with their breakup and was hounding her; her parents lodged a complaint against him.[189] In 2005, news outlets released what was said to be an illicit copy of a mobile phone call recorded in 2001 by the Mumbai
Mumbai
police. It appeared to be a call in which he threatened Rai, in an effort to force her to appear at social events held by Mumbai
Mumbai
crime figures. The call featured boasts of connections to organised crime and derogatory comments about other actors. However, the alleged tape was tested in the government's Forensic lab in Chandigarh, which concluded that it was fake.[190][191] Blackbuck
Blackbuck
hunting and Arms Act violations cases The case involves the alleged killing of a deer when Khan and his co-stars - Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Neelam and Tabu - were shooting for "Hum Saath Saath Hain" in the forests near Jodhpur
Jodhpur
in 1998. In 2007, Salman had spent a week in Jodhpur
Jodhpur
jail before the court granted him bail. Beside the cases of poaching of endangered antelopes under the Wildlife (Protection) Act, a case under sections 3/25 and 3/27 of the Arms Act was filed against Khan for allegedly keeping and using firearms with an expired licence in the poaching of blackbucks in Kankani near Jodhpur
Jodhpur
on October 1–2, 1998.[192] On 17 February 2006, Khan was sentenced to one year in prison for hunting the Chinkara, an endangered species. The sentence was stayed by a higher court during appeal.[193] On 10 April 2006, he was handed a five-year jail term and remanded to Jodhpur
Jodhpur
jail until 13 April when he was granted bail.[194] On 24 July 2012, Rajasthan High Court finalized charges against Khan and his other colleagues in the endangered blackbuck killing case, paving way for the start of the trial.[195] On 9 July 2014, the Supreme Court issued a notice to Salman on Rajasthan government's plea challenging the HC order suspending his conviction.[196] Khan was acquitted in the blackbuck and chinkara poaching cases by the Rajasthan High Court
Rajasthan High Court
on Monday 24 July 2016.[197] On 12 October 2016, Khan gives a statement in favor of Pakistani actors calling them artists not terrorists after they were banned to visit India.[198] Six days later, on 18 October 2016 the Rajasthan Government decided to approach the Supreme Court against Khan's acquittal in two cases related to the chinkara (blackbuck) poaching case.[199] On January 18, 2017 Khan was acquitted by a Jodhpur
Jodhpur
court in an Arms Act case linked to the killing of a blackbuck in Rajasthan. Khan pleaded "not guilty" to charges of violating the law by keeping unlicensed weapons and using them. Acquitting the actor, the court said that the prosecution failed to submit enough evidence against him.[192][200] On 5 April 2018, Jodhpur
Jodhpur
court[201] convicted Khan in the blackbuck poaching case and sentenced him to five years imprisonment, while acquitting Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Neelam and Tabu.[19][20] On 7 April 2018 Salman Khan
Salman Khan
Gets Bail In Blackbuck
Blackbuck
Poaching Case From Jodhpur
Jodhpur
Court He spent the last two nights in Jodhpur
Jodhpur
Central Jail over the blackbuck poaching case, is set to walk out of jail[202] Remarks about 26/11 attacks On September 2010, Khan was reported to have claimed during an interview on a Pakistani channel that the 26/11 attacks got a lot of attention because the "elite" were targeted.[203][204] During the interview the actor had said: "It was the elite that was targeted this time. Five star hotels and stuff. So they panicked. Then they got up and spoke about it. My question is "why not before?" Attacks have happened in trains and small towns too, but no one talked about it so much."[203][204] Khan also said that Pakistan
Pakistan
was not to be blamed for it, and that the Indian security forces had failed.[205] Khan's comments had drawn strong reactions from Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra
Maharashtra
Chagan Bhujbal, Shiv Sena, BJP and other political parties.[206] The comments were also condemned by Ujwal Nikam, Special Prosecutor in the 26/11 trial.[206] Khan later apologized for his comments.[203] Tweets on Yakub Memon On 25 July 2015, Khan made a number of tweets from his Twitter
Twitter
account in support of the 1993 Bombay bombings accused Yakub Memon. Memon was scheduled to be executed, before which Khan made his tweets.[207] Khan said that Yakub's brother, Tiger Memon should be hanged instead. He also asked the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif
Nawaz Sharif
to confirm "whether the mob boss is in his country."[208] The tweets sparked protests outside his house where police had to be deployed, and was criticised in the social media and by his father, Salim Khan. Following these incidents, Khan withdrew his tweets and apologised.[209] Uri attack On September 2016, Khan made a statement saying that, "They (Pakistani actors) are artists not terrorists. It’s the government who gives them permits and visas".[210] Accolades Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Salman Khan Discography

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Khan has sung the following Hindi songs for Bollywood
Bollywood
films:

Year Film Song Notes

1999 Hello Brother "Chaandi Ke Daal Par" Duet with Alka Yagnik

2014 Kick "Hangover" Duet with Shreya Ghosal

"Jumme Ki Raat Hai" – Version 2 Duet with Palak Muchhal

"Tu Hi Tu" – Version 2 Solo

"Hai Yehi Zindagi" – Version 2

2015 Hero "Main Hoon Hero Tera"

See also

Bollywood
Bollywood
portal

List of Indian film actors

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to help free 400 prison inmates in Uttar Pradesh". Retrieved 27 January 2012.  ^ "Salman Khan's Being Human act; Profits of Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Bajrangi Bhaijaan
to be shared among farmers". pardaphash.com. Archived from the original on 24 July 2015. Retrieved 19 August 2015.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
meets fan from Pakistan". The Indian Express
The Indian Express
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Salman Khan
meets 11-year-old Pakistani fan". The Express Tribune. December 10, 2015. Retrieved 14 May 2016.  ^ IANS (December 9, 2015). "'Bajrangi Bhaijaan': Salman Khan
Salman Khan
meets fan from Pakistan". Times Internet. The Economic Times. Retrieved 14 May 2016.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
meets his little fan from Pakistan". Independent News Service. India
India
TV. December 10, 2015. Retrieved 14 May 2016.  ^ "Sweet! Salman Khan
Salman Khan
meets his 11-year-old Pakistani fan". DAWN. December 10, 2015. Retrieved 14 May 2016.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
meets fan from Pakistan". The Indian Express
The Indian Express
[P] Ltd. The Indian Express. December 9, 2015. Retrieved 14 May 2016.  ^ "Salman was my first serious relationship:Katrina Kaif". 7 December 2011. Archived from the original on 7 July 2015.  ^ "5 times Salman Khan
Salman Khan
almost got married!". Archived from the original on 19 July 2014. Retrieved 29 August 2014.  ^ "Salman suffering from the suicide disease". 24 August 2011. Archived from the original on 17 August 2013.  ^ "I'm Hindu and Muslim both: Salman Khan
Salman Khan
tells court". financialexpress.com. 28 January 2017. Retrieved 5 April 2018.  ^ "I'm both Hindu and Muslim: Salman Khan
Salman Khan
tells Jodhpur
Jodhpur
court". Hindustan Times. 29 April 2015.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
on number 3". TOI. Retrieved 10 August 2013.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
tops India's most searched celeb list online". The Economic Times. 1 August 2013. Retrieved 10 August 2013.  ^ "Salman, Akshay, Big B in Forbes
Forbes
Top 10 highest-paid actors list, earn more than Johnny Depp". The Indian Express. 5 August 2015. Retrieved 19 August 2015.  ^ Natalie Robehmed. " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
– In Photos: The World's Highest-Paid Actors 2015". Forbes. Retrieved 19 August 2015.  ^ "Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
among world's top ten highest-paid actors". IBNLive. Retrieved 19 August 2015.  ^ "Salman, Akshay, Big B in Forbes
Forbes
Top 10 highest-paid actors list, earn more than Johnny Depp". The Indian Express. 5 August 2015. Retrieved 19 August 2015.  ^ "Forbes' highest-paid actors: Amitabh, Salman, Akshay richer than many in Hollywood". India
India
Today.  ^ "YouGov – World's most admired 2015: Angelina Jolie and Bill Gates".  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
beats Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
and Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
to become India's most attractive personality [PHOTOS]". International Business Times, India
India
Edition. 16 September 2015.  ^ "Sunny Leone, Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif: Most Googled Indians of 2015". The Times of India.  ^ "Sunny Leone Most Googled Indian of 2015, Ahead of Salman Khan". NDTVMovies.com.  ^ "Sports farternity divided, IOA firm on Salman Khan
Salman Khan
as goodwill ambassador for Rio". The Indian Express. 25 April 2016.  ^ Robehmed, Natalie. "Full List: The World's Highest-Paid Actors And Actresses 2017". forbes.com. Retrieved 5 April 2018.  ^ "Salman Khan's jeep runs over pavement dwellers, one dead; actor surrenders". Rediff. 28 September 2002.  ^ Ahmed, Zubair (3 September 2003). " Bollywood
Bollywood
homicide charge dropped". BBC News South Asia. Retrieved 16 October 2006.  ^ "Salman Khan: Bollywood
Bollywood
star guilty in hit-and-run case". BBC News. 6 May 2015.  ^ "Live: Salman Khan
Salman Khan
reaches home after HC grants him bail in 2002 hit-and-run case". IBN Live. 6 May 2015. Archived from the original on 9 May 2015. Retrieved 6 May 2015.  ^ "[READ ORDER] Salman Khan
Salman Khan
granted interim bail by Bombay High Court in 2002 hit-and-run case". 1, Law Street. 6 May 2015. Retrieved 6 May 2015.  ^ The Hindustan Times, 8 May 2015. ^ "Salman Khan: Court suspends Bollywood
Bollywood
star's sentence". BBC News. 8 May 2015. Retrieved 8 May 2015.  ^ "Read Order – Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court
suspends sentence and grants bail to Salman Khan". 1, Law Street. 8 May 2015. Retrieved 8 May 2015.  ^ "Salman Khan's driver Ashok Singh arrested for misleading the court in 2002 hit-and-run case". bollywoodlife.com.  ^ "The tragic case of police constable Ravindra Patil who stood against Salman Khan
Salman Khan
in the 2002 hit and run case!". bollywoodlife.com.  ^ "Salman Hit & Run Case: Will Ravindra Patil get justice?". dna.  ^ "Underworld rules in bollywood — daily.bhaskar.com". daily.bhaskar.com.  ^ Bagri, Neha Thirani. "Newswallah: Bollywood
Bollywood
and Organized Crime".  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
acquitted in 2002 hit-and-run case, breaks down in court after hearing the verdict". The Times of India. 10 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.  ^ Ghosh, Deepshikha (10 December 2015). "Can't Convict Salman Khan Based on Current Evidence, Says Court". NDTV. Retrieved 10 December 2015.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
Hit & Run case: Supreme court admits plea challenging his acquittal". The Hindu. Retrieved 25 February 2017.  ^ "Salman in news for the wrong reasons". Tribune of India. 3 March 2002. Archived from the original on 21 November 2013.  ^ Ahmed, Afsana; Sharma, Smrity (27 September 2002). "Salman harassing me, says Aishwarya". The Times of India.  ^ "Police records Salman Khan's voice, Ash keeps mum". The Tribune. 18 July 2005. Archived from the original on 21 November 2013.  ^ "Salman cleared in Aishwarya tape case". Dawn. Archived from the original on 10 April 2013. Retrieved 17 September 2005.  ^ a b " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
acquitted in Arms Act case". yahoo.com. Retrieved 5 April 2018.  ^ " Chinkara
Chinkara
case: Salman Khan
Salman Khan
told to appear in person". The Times of India. 7 February 2011. Retrieved 5 February 2012.  ^ "Salman granted bail on poaching case". Sify. 13 April 2006. Retrieved 28 June 2006.  ^ "HC finalises charges against Salman in black buck killing case". 25 July 2012. Archived from the original on 26 July 2012.  ^ "SC notice to Salman Khan
Salman Khan
in Black Buck Poaching Case". Patrika Group. 9 July 2014. Archived from the original on 13 July 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2014.  ^ url=http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/actor-salman-khan-acquitted-in-poaching-cases-1435705 ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
backs Pakistani actors, says they are artists not terrorists". indianexpress.com. 30 September 2016. Retrieved 5 April 2018.  ^ " Chinkara
Chinkara
case: Rajasthan govt to approach SC against Salman's acquittal". yahoo.com. Retrieved 5 April 2018.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
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India
►". indiatimes.com. Retrieved 5 April 2018.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
Bail Petition Jodhpur
Jodhpur
Court Start Hearing Again". Naya India. 7 April 2018.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
gets bail in Blackbuck
Blackbuck
Poaching case". 7 April 2018.  ^ a b c "Salman causes uproar with Mumbai
Mumbai
attack comment, aplologises". Retrieved 26 October 2014.  ^ a b "The Economic Times – Salman Khan
Salman Khan
apologises over Mumbai attacks remark". The Economic Times. Retrieved 26 October 2014.  ^ NewsVideo on YouTube ^ a b "Salman causes uproar with Mumbai
Mumbai
attack comment, aplologises - Expres…". expressindia.com. 22 January 2013. Archived from the original on 22 January 2013. Retrieved 5 April 2018.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
tweets in support of Yakub Memon, asks Nawaz Sharif
Nawaz Sharif
for Tiger's whereabouts". Firstpost. 26 July 2015. Retrieved 5 January 2016.  ^ "Hang Tiger Memon, not his brother Yakub: Salman Khan
Salman Khan
on Twitter". Hindustan Times. 26 July 2015. Retrieved 5 January 2016.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
tweets Yakub Memon 'innocent', apologises after father tells him off". The Indian Express. 29 July 2015. Retrieved 5 January 2016.  ^ " Salman Khan
Salman Khan
backs Pakistani actors, says they are artists not terrorists". The Indian Express. 1 October 2016. Retrieved 1 October 2016. 

Bibliography

Jasim Khan (27 December 2015), Being Salman, Penguin UK, ISBN 978-8-18-475094-2  Ghosh, Biswadeep (2004). Hall of Fame: Salman Khan. Mumbai: Magna Books. ISBN 81-7809-249-2. 

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Awards for Salman Khan

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Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor

1955-1975

David (1955) Abhi Bhattacharya
Abhi Bhattacharya
(1956) Motilal (1957) Raj Mehra (1958) Johnny Walker (1959) Manmohan Krishna (1960) Motilal (1961) Nana Palsikar
Nana Palsikar
(1962) Mehmood (1963) Raaj Kumar (1964) Nana Palsikar
Nana Palsikar
(1965) Raaj Kumar (1966) Ashok Kumar
Ashok Kumar
(1967) Pran (1968) Sanjeev Kumar
Sanjeev Kumar
(1969) Pran (1970) Feroz Khan (1971) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(1972) Pran (1973) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(1974) Vinod Khanna
Vinod Khanna
(1975)

1976-2000

Shashi Kapoor
Shashi Kapoor
(1976) Prem Chopra
Prem Chopra
(1977) Shreeram Lagoo (1978) Saeed Jaffrey
Saeed Jaffrey
(1979) Amjad Khan (1980) Om Puri
Om Puri
(1981) Amjad Khan (1982) Shammi Kapoor
Shammi Kapoor
(1983) Sadashiv Amrapurkar
Sadashiv Amrapurkar
(1984) Anil Kapoor
Anil Kapoor
(1985) Amrish Puri
Amrish Puri
(1986) Not awarded (1987) Not awarded (1988) Anupam Kher
Anupam Kher
(1989) Nana Patekar
Nana Patekar
(1990) Mithun Chakraborty
Mithun Chakraborty
(1991) Danny Denzongpa
Danny Denzongpa
(1992) Danny Denzongpa
Danny Denzongpa
(1993) Sunny Deol
Sunny Deol
(1994) Jackie Shroff
Jackie Shroff
(1995) Jackie Shroff
Jackie Shroff
(1996) Amrish Puri
Amrish Puri
(1997) Amrish Puri
Amrish Puri
(1998) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(1999) Anil Kapoor
Anil Kapoor
(2000)

2001-present

Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2001) Akshaye Khanna
Akshaye Khanna
(2002) Vivek Oberoi
Vivek Oberoi
(2003) Saif Ali Khan
Saif Ali Khan
(2004) Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek Bachchan
(2005) Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek Bachchan
(2006) Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek Bachchan
(2007) Irrfan Khan
Irrfan Khan
(2008) Arjun Rampal
Arjun Rampal
(2009) Boman Irani (2010) Ronit Roy
Ronit Roy
(2011) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2012) Annu Kapoor
Annu Kapoor
(2013) Nawazuddin Siddiqui
Nawazuddin Siddiqui
(2014) Kay Kay Menon
Kay Kay Menon
(2015) Anil Kapoor
Anil Kapoor
(2016) Rishi Kapoor
Rishi Kapoor
(2017) Rajkummar Rao
Rajkummar Rao
(2018)

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Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut

1989–2009

Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(1989) Sooraj R. Barjatya
Sooraj R. Barjatya
(1990) Not awarded (1991) Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
(1992) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1993) Saif Ali Khan
Saif Ali Khan
(1994) Not awarded (1995) Bobby Deol
Bobby Deol
(1996) Chandrachur Singh
Chandrachur Singh
(1997) Akshaye Khanna
Akshaye Khanna
(1998) Fardeen Khan
Fardeen Khan
(1999) Rahul Khanna
Rahul Khanna
(2000) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2001) Tusshar Kapoor
Tusshar Kapoor
(2002) Vivek Oberoi
Vivek Oberoi
(2003) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2004) Not awarded (2005) Shiney Ahuja
Shiney Ahuja
(2006) Not awarded (2007) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2008) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
& Imran Khan (2009)

2010–present

Not awarded (2010) Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2011) Vidyut Jammwal (2012) Ayushmann Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana
(2013) Dhanush
Dhanush
(2014) Fawad Khan
Fawad Khan
(2015) Sooraj Pancholi
Sooraj Pancholi
(2016) Diljit Dosanjh
Diljit Dosanjh
(2017)

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Indian Telly Award for Best Anchor

Popular

Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2002) Farooque Shaikh
Farooque Shaikh
(2003) Shekhar Suman (2004) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2005) Shaan (2006) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2007) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2008) Rajeev Khandelwal
Rajeev Khandelwal
(2009) Ravi Behl (2010) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2012) Manish Paul
Manish Paul
(2013) Manish Paul
Manish Paul
& Kapil Sharma (2014)

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Screen Award
Screen Award
for Best Actor

Jury:

Nana Patekar
Nana Patekar
(1995) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1996) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(1997) Anil Kapoor
Anil Kapoor
(1998) Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
(1999) Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
(2000) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2001) Sunny Deol
Sunny Deol
(2002) Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
and Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2003) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2004) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2007) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2008) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2009) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2010) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2011) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2012) Irrfan Khan
Irrfan Khan
& Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2013) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2014) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2015) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
& Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2016) Rajkummar Rao
Rajkummar Rao
(2017)

Popular:

Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
(2009) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2010) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2011) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2012) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2013) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2014) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2015) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2016) Irrfan Khan
Irrfan Khan
(2017)

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Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role

Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2004) Not awarded (2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Not awarded (2007) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2008) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2009) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2010) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2011) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2012) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2013) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2014) Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
(2015) Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2016)

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Stardust Award for Actor of the Year – Male

Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
(2003) Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
(2004) Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek Bachchan
(2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
(2007) Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
(2008) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2009) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2010) Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
& Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2011) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2012) Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar
& Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2013) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2014) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2015) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2016)

v t e

Zee Cine Award
Zee Cine Award
for Best Actor – Male

Viewer:

Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1998) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(1999) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(2000) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2001) Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan
(2002) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2003) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2004) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2005) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2006) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2007) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2008) Not awarded (2009) Not awarded (2010) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2011) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2012) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2013) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2014) Not awarded (2015) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2016) Salman Khan
Salman Khan
(2017)

Jury:

Shreyas Talpade
Shreyas Talpade
(2006) Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt
(2007) Darsheel Safary
Darsheel Safary
(2008) Not awarded (2009) Not awarded (2010) Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
(2011) Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
(2012) Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor
(2013) Farhan Akhtar
Farhan Akhtar
(2014) Not awarded (2015) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
& Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh
(2016) Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan
(2017)

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Salman Khan

Filmography Awards and nominations

Producer

Chillar Party
Chillar Party
(2011) Dr. Cabbie
Dr. Cabbie
(2014) Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Bajrangi Bhaijaan
(2015) Hero (2015) Tubelight (2017) Race 3
Race 3
(2018)

TV shows

10 Ka Dum Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss
(Season 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)

Family

Salim Khan Arbaaz Khan Sohail Khan Helen Richardson Khan Malaika Arora Alvira Khan Agnihotri Atul Agnihotri

Ownership

Salman Khan
Salman Khan
Films Being Human Foundation

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