Salman Khan filmography

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Salman Khan at the launch of a song from the film Ek Tha Tiger (2012)

Salman Khan is an actor who appears in Bollywood films. Khan made his debut in 1989 with a supporting role in the family drama Biwi Ho To Aisi, following which he had his breakthrough role in Sooraj Barjatya's blockbuster romance Maine Pyar Kiya, for which he earned a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[1] During the early 1990s, he starred in the action drama Baaghi: A Rebel for Love (1990), the action film Patthar Ke Phool (1991), and the romance Saajan (1991), all of which were financially successful.[2][3][4] However, his other releases during this period, including Suryavanshi (1992), Jaagruti (1992), and Dil Tera Aashiq (1993), failed commercially, resulting in a brief setback in his career.[4][5]

In 1994, Khan featured in the Barjatya-directed family drama Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!, which proved to be the highest-grossing Bollywood film to that point; the success of the film established his career in Bollywood.[6][7] Also that year, he featured alongside Aamir Khan in the comedy Andaz Apna Apna, which despite being a box-office flop has developed a cult status in India.[8] Khan went on to play with Shah Rukh Khan in Rakesh Roshan's melodramatic thriller Karan Arjun (1995), which emerged as the year's second highest-grossing Hindi film.[9] In 1998, Khan featured in Sohail Khan's Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya, and appeared briefly in the romantic drama Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, both of which ranked among the top-earning Bollywood productions of 1998.[10] For the latter, he was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 1999, Khan starred in three commercially successful productions: the comedy Biwi No.1, the romantic drama Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, and the family drama Hum Saath-Saath Hain.[11]

In 2003, Khan earned praise for playing a scorned lover in the romantic film Tere Naam, and made a brief appearance in the family drama Baghban.[12][13] He went on to play the lead in the top-grossing Hindi films Garv (2004), Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (2004), No Entry (2005), and Partner (2007).[14] Khan made his television debut by hosting two seasons of the game show 10 Ka Dum (2008–09). Following a series of commercial failures from 2006–08, he starred in the action thriller Wanted (2009), a box-office hit.[4][15][16] Greater commercial success followed with Dabangg (2010), and Khan featured as the host of the television game show Bigg Boss, going on to host six more seasons of the show. In 2011, Khan produced the children's film Chillar Party under his production company Salman Khan Being Human Productions, which won him the National Film Award for Best Children's Film.[17] Also that year, he starred in two of the highest-grossing films of the year—the action-comedy film Ready and the action drama Bodyguard. Khan followed these with roles in a number of top-grossing films that made him the first actor with nine films grossing over 1 billion at the box-office.[a] These include a role in Bajrangi Bhaijaan, for which Khan received his ninth nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor, becoming the most nominated actor in the category without ever winning.[20] As a producer of the film, Khan won a National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. Sultan (2016) followed, a sports drama about the life of the eponymous fictional wrestling champion.

Films

Key
Productions that have not yet been released Denotes productions that have not yet been released
Documentary release Indicates documentary release
Title Year Role(s) Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Biwi Ho To Aisi 1988 Vicky Bhandari J.K. Bihari [21]
Maine Pyar Kiya 1989 Prem Sooraj Barjatya Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut

Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor

[22]
[23]
Baaghi: A Rebel for Love 1990 Saajan Sood Deepak Shivdasani Also writer [24]
Sanam Bewafa 1991 Salman Khan Saawan Kumar Tak [25]
Patthar Ke Phool 1991 Suraj Verma Anant Balani [26]
Kurbaan 1991 Akash Deepak Bahry [27]
Love 1991 Prithvi Suresh Krissna [28]
Saajan 1991 Akash Varma Lawrence D'Souza [29]
Suryavanshi 1992 Suryavanshi Vikram Singh/Vicky[b] Rakesh Kumar [35]
Ek Ladka Ek Ladki 1992 Raja Vijay Sadanah [36]
Jaagruti 1992 Jugnu Suresh Krissna [37]
Nishchaiy 1992 Vasudev Gujral/Rohan Yadav[c] Esmayeel Shroff [38]
Chandra Mukhi 1993 Raja Rai Debaloy Dey Also writer [45]
Dil Tera Aashiq 1993 Vijay Lawrence D'Souza [46]
Andaz Apna Apna 1994 Prem Bhopali Rajkumar Santoshi [47]
Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! 1994 Prem Sooraj Barjatya Nominated - Filmfare Award For Best Actor [48]
Chaand Kaa Tukdaa 1994 Shyam Malhotra Saawan Kumar Tak [49]
Sangdil Sanam 1994 Kishan Shomu Mukherjee [50]
Karan Arjun 1995 Ajay/Karan[b] Rakesh Roshan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [22]
[51]
Veergati 1995 Ajay K.K. Singh [52]
Majhdhaar 1996 Gopal Esmayeel Shroff [53]
Khamoshi: The Musical 1996 Raj Sanjay Leela Bhansali [54]
Jeet 1996 Raju Raj Kanwar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [22]
[55]
Dushman Duniya Ka 1996 Salman Mehmood Special appearance [56]
Judwaa 1997 Prem Malhotra/Raja[b] David Dhawan [57]
Auzaar 1997 Inspector Suraj Prakash Sohail Khan [58]
Dus 1997 Captain Jeet Sharma Mukul S. Anand Unreleased [59]
Deewana Mastana 1997 Prem David Dhawan Special appearance [60]
Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya 1998 Suraj Khanna Sohail Khan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [22]
[61]
Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai 1998 Suraj Dhanrajgir Deepak Sareen [62]
Bandhan 1998 Raju K. Muralimohana Rao [63]
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai 1998 Aman Mehra Karan Johar Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [22]
[64]
Jaanam Samjha Karo 1999 Rahul Andaleeb Sultanpuri [65]
Biwi No.1 1999 Prem David Dhawan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role [22]
[66]
Sirf Tum 1999 Prem Agathiyan Special appearance [67]
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam 1999 Sameer Sanjay Leela Bhansali Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [22]
[68]
Hello Brother 1999 Hero Sohail Khan Also playback singer for song "Chandi Ki Daal Par" [69]
Hum Saath-Saath Hain 1999 Prem Sooraj Barjatya [70]
Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge 2000 Raja Oberoi David Dhawan [71]
Chal Mere Bhai 2000 Prem Oberoi David Dhawan Also playback singer for song "Chal Mere Bhai" With Sanjay Dutt [72]
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega 2000 Raj/Romi[c] Raj Kanwar [73]
Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke 2000 Himself Agathiyan Special appearance [74]
Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye 2000 Prem Kapoor K. Muralimohana Rao [75]
Chori Chori Chupke Chupke 2001 Raj Malhotra Abbas–Mustan [76]
Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge 2002 Ali/Veer Singh Thakur[c] Pankaj Parashar [77]
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam 2002 Suraj K. S. Adhiyaman [78]
Yeh Hai Jalwa 2002 Raj Mittal/Raj "Raju" Saxena[c] David Dhawan [79]
Love at Times Square 2003 Himself Dev Anand Special appearance [80]
Stumped 2003 Himself Gaurav Pandey Special appearance [81]
Tere Naam 2003 Radhe Mohan Satish Kaushik Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [22]
[82]
Baghban 2003 Alok Raj Ravi Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [22]
[83]
Garv 2004 ACP Arjun Ranavat Puneet Issar [84]
Mujhse Shaadi Karogi 2004 Sameer Malhotra David Dhawan [85]
Phir Milenge 2004 Rohit Manchanda Revathi [86]
Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa 2004 Rishabh Atul Agnihotri [87]
Lucky: No Time for Love 2005 Aditya Radhika Rao [88]
Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? 2005 Dr. Samir Malhotra David Dhawan [89]
No Entry 2005 Prem Anees Bazmee Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role [22]
[90]
Kyon Ki 2005 Anand Priyadarshan [91]
Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar 2006 Ayaan K. S. Adhiyaman [92]
Saawan... The Love Season 2006 Sameer Saawan Kumar Tak Special appearance [93]
Baabul 2006 Avinash "Avi" Kapoor Ravi Chopra [94]
Jaan-E-Mann 2006 Suhaan Kapoor Shirish Kunder [95]
Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love 2007 Rahul Nikhil Advani [96]
Partner 2007 Prem David Dhawan [97]
Marigold: An Adventure in India 2007 Prem Willard Carroll [98]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Himself Farah Khan Special appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi" [99]
Saawariya 2007 Imaan Sanjay Leela Bhansali Special appearance [100]
God Tussi Great Ho 2008 Arun Prajapati Rumi Jaffrey [101]
Hello 2008 Himself Atul Agnihotri Special appearance [102]
Heroes 2008 Balkar Singh/Parminder Singh[b] Samir Karnik [103]
Yuvvraaj 2008 Deven Yuvvraaj Subhash Ghai Also playback singer for song "Main Hoon Yuvraaj" [104]
Wanted 2009 Radhe/Rajveer Shikhawat[c] Prabhu Deva Also playback singer for song "Most Wanted Track" [105]
Main Aurr Mrs Khanna 2009 Samir Khanna Prem Soni [106]
London Dreams 2009 Manjit "Mannu" Khosla Vipul Shah [107]
Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani 2009 Himself Rajkumar Santoshi Special appearance [108]
Veer 2010 Veer (Veera) Anil Sharma Also writer [109]
Prem Kaa Game 2010 The Sutradhaar (Narrator) Ashok Kheny Special appearance [110]
Dabangg 2010 Chulbul Pandey Abhinav Kashyap Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [111]
[112]
Tees Maar Khan 2010 Himself Farah Khan Special appearance in song "Wallah Re Wallah" [113]
Isi Life Mein 2010 Vidhi Kasliwal Special appearance [114]
Ready 2011 Prem Kapoor Anees Bazmee [115]
Chillar Party 2011 Vikas Bahl
Nitesh Tiwari
Producer
National Film Award for Best Children's Film
[116]
[117]
Bodyguard 2011 Lovely Singh Siddique Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [118]
[119]
Tell Me O Kkhuda 2011 Himself Hema Malini Special appearance [120]
Ek Tha Tiger 2012 Manish Chandra/Avinash Singh Rathore/Tiger[d] Kabir Khan [122]
Son of Sardaar 2012 Pathan Ashwni Dhir Special appearance [123]
OMG – Oh My God! 2012 Umesh Shukla Theatrical trailer narrator [124]
Dabangg 2 2012 Chulbul Pandey Arbaaz Khan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [125]
[126]
Ishkq in Paris 2013 Himself Prem Raj Special appearance [127]
Phata Poster Nikhla Hero 2013 Himself Rajkumar Santoshi Special appearance [128]
Jai Ho 2014 Major Jai Agnihotri Sohail Khan [129]
O Teri 2014 Himself Umesh Bist Special appearance [130]
Main Tera Hero 2014 Various Gods David Dhawan Voiceover [131]
Lai Bhaari 2014 Bhau Nishikant Kamat Special appearance Marathi Cinema [132]
Fugly 2014 Himself Kabir Sadanand Special appearance [133]
Kick 2014 Devil/Devi Lal Singh[c] Sajid Nadiadwala Also playback singer for songs "Hangover", "Jumme Ki Raat", "Tu Hi Tu" [134]
[135]
Being Bhaijaan Documentary release 2014 Himself Samreen Farooqui
Shabani Hassanwalia
[136]
Dr. Cabbie 2014 Jean-François Pouliot Producer [137]
Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 Bajrangi / Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi[c] Kabir Khan Also producer
National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[44]
[138]
[139]
Hero 2015 Advani, NikhilNikhil Advani Producer and Also playback singer for song "Main Hoon Hero Tera" [140]
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo 2015 Prem Dilwale / Yuvraj Vijay Singh[b] Sooraj Barjatya [141]
Sultan 2016 Sultan Ali Khan Ali Abbas Zafar Nominated—Filmfare Awaard for Best Actor [142]
[143]
TubelightFilms that have not yet been released 2017 Pawan (Laxman) Kabir Khan Also producer; filming [144]
Tiger Zinda Hai Film has yet to be released 2017 Tiger Ali Abbas Zafar Filming [145]

As a television presenter

Title Year Produced by Notes Ref.
10 Ka Dum 2008 Big Synergy Season 1 [146]
10 Ka Dum 2009 Big Synergy Season 2 [147]
Bigg Boss 2010 Endemol Season 4 [148]
Bigg Boss 2011 Endemol Co-hosted with Sanjay Dutt (Season 5) [149]
Bigg Boss 2012 Endemol Season 6 [150]
Bigg Boss 2013 Endemol Season 7 [151]
8th Star Guild Awards 2013 Cineyug Television special [152]
9th Star Guild Awards 2014 Cineyug Television special [153]
Bigg Boss 2014 Endemol Season 8 (replaced by Farah Khan) [154]
[155]
Bigg Boss 2015 Endemol Season 9 [156]
[157]
Bigg Boss 2016 Endemol Season 10 [158]

See also

Notes

Footnotes

  1. ^ Having starred in the films Dabangg, Ready, Bodyguard, Ek Tha Tiger, Dabangg 2, Jai Ho, Kick, Bajrangi Bhaijan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Khan has become the first actor to star in nine Bollywood films that have earned over 1 billion.[18][19]
  2. ^ a b c d e Khan played dual roles in the film.[30][31][32][33][34]
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Khan played a single character who has two different names.[38][39][40][41][42][43][44]
  4. ^ Khan played a single character in the film who has three different names.[121]

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