Salman cried during the shooting of 'Kabootar Ja Ja' in 'Maine Pyar Kiya', told what happened after 35 years

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Salman Khan started his acting career in the year 1988 with the film 'Biwi Ho To Aisi'. He had a supporting role in this. But a year later, Sooraj Barjatya launched Salman as a hero with 'Maine Pyar Kiya' and changed his life. Salman Khan became a star overnight and his pairing with Bhagyashree was highly appreciated. Even people who had never wanted to work with Salman before became desperate to have him in their films. But during a song of 'Maine Pyar Kiya' something happened that made Salman Khan cry. Now the actor has revealed this. While talking to 'Hello Indo-Arabia', when he was asked about his favorite film, Salman Khan took the name of 'Maine Pyar Kiya' and narrated a funny incident. Salman narrated the incident from the song 'Kabootar Ja Ja' of this film.

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Salman told why tears came out during 'Maine Pyar Kiya'

Salman said, 'I was about 18 years old and there was a very memorable moment during the shooting of the song 'Kabootar Ja Ja', when I suddenly realized that this role was for me. During many narrations of the film, I used to imagine Jackie Shroff or Anil Kapoor in that role. I could not imagine myself in big roles in big films. But that moment was the first time when I really thought, yes, I can do this. There were tears in my eyes.

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Salman Khan was selected for 'Maine Pyar Kiya' after several auditions. After the film became a hit, Salman had to sit idle for a few months, but later his career came back on track. Salman Khan, who entered the film world in the 90s, is still ruling the film screen at the age of 58. He will soon be seen in AR Murugadoss' film 'Sikander', which will be released on Eid in 2025.

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