TERE NAAM: A short biography of Salman Khan


Ek Thaa Tiger.

Dabangg, Veer, bit Baaghi too.

His survival mantra was Andaaz Apna Apna.

Was Ready to romp with many a Chand Kaa Tukdaa without believing in the Bandhan of marriage.

“Agreed Kuch Kuch Hota Hai in your heart, but Janam Samjha Karo, there’s No Entry in my life,” he told each of them.

Said Hello Brother to anyone he thought was being human.

Got a Kick out of being Wanted — by fans, producers and the law.

Had the right drive to be Yuvvraj, Partner, Bodyguard, Jaan-e-Mann

But couldn’t drive right.

So judge was in the driver’s seat to tell him: “You did it Chori Chori Chupke Chupke!”

A driver came along to Singh a song that could have given him a Lucky break.

But the law prevailed. Jai Ho, judiciary!

It, however, took 10 years.

God Tussi Great Ho… that I could endure the drama Isi Life Mein.

Guess Hum Aapke Hain Koun?

Salmaniac.

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About rahconteur

A mid-career journalist who's worked horizontally across India - from Arunachal Pradesh to Gujarat
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5 Responses to TERE NAAM: A short biography of Salman Khan

  1. Ashraf Engineer says:

    Haha… This is pretty smart.

  2. Bhaskar DB says:

    Smart one, although I don’t know the names of most of his movies except Maine Pyar Kiya 🙂

  3. Jayanta says:

    He was ‘Baaghi: A rebel for love’ and said to the most sought after women in India in a whisper – ‘Dil Tera Ashique’. She, instead shot back saying ‘Hum Apke Hain Koun!’. Now, in the solitude of the confinement of a cell he can finally say, ha, ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’.

  4. Vipul Nautiyal says:

    Good one, Rahul! Bajrangi Bhaijaan finally steps out of arc light and faces the light of the day.

  5. Rahconteur what a wonderful punning exercise (intended or otherwise) and how accurate. Wish you could write in a more public space where one does not have to go through the formality of having to sign in. It would delight the readers.

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