A simple and emotional person who fiercely guards his privacy, Salman Khan is considered special not just by his fans, but even by his Bollywood friends.
He is a superstar whose films have been dubbed as money-making endeavours with most of them being chartbuster
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1 Turquoise Stone
Salman always wears a turquoise stone bracelet. His father Salim Khan also wears a similar bracelet and consider it to be very lucky.
Salman was offered the lead role in Baazigar but the idea of playing a negative role didn't appeal to him.
3 Salman the Writer
Salman wanted to be a writer. The story of Baaghi: A rebel for love was Salman's idea for which he was given credit in the film. He also wrote films like Veer and Chandramukhi.
4 Salman has launched actors too
Salman has launched some of the biggest stars of Bollywood such as Himesh Reshammiya, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and sajid-wajid.
5 Aaj ki party Salman ki taraf se
Salman flew his own cook to London from Mumbai to dish up biryani for the cast and crew of movie London Dreams who were sick of eating continental food.
6 The Salman Restaurant
During the shooting in Turkey of Ek Tha Tiger, Salman often visited a restaurant which was ultimately named as 'The Salman Restaurant'.
7 Love for Chinese food
Salman loves Chinese food and his favourite restaurant is China Garden in Mumbai.
8 Fatwas against bhaijaan
Two fatwas have been issued against him- one relates to the wax statue of him in Madame Tussaud's and the second is in connection to his presence at Ganesh chaturthi celebration.
9 The artist in Salman Khan
Salman Khan has painted the posters of Jai Ho. It is said that Aamir Khan's home has several paintings by Salman.
10 Suicidal disease
Salman suffers from trigeminal neuralgia, a facial nerve disorder, also known as suicide disease.
11 Salman, the singer
Salman did his first playback singing for the film 'Hello Brother'.