6 blockbuster movies rejected by Dabangg Khan

1. Dilwale Dulhaniya Lejayenge

While Salman has delivered some of the biggest hits of all times including Dabbang, Kick, Wanted, Ready and Ek Tha Tiger among others, he has also made some of the biggest career blunders by rejecting films that proved to be career boosters for actors like Shah Rukh Khan's DDLJ


Another opportunity wasted in Salman’s thrash led Shah Rukh to rise his fame into another blockbuster. Sigh, and to think people believe there is no love lost between the two.

3. Chak De! India 

SRK lovers might want to sit down for this one; the part of the identified trainer Kabir Khan was originally published with Salman Khan in thoughts. After the Dabangg Khan brought out due up to now problems, it was taken up by yours truly who went on to bag several Best Actor prizes.

4. Josh

 So attractive was the personality of Max Dias that every other actor in the movie desired to work it. Salman Khan mentioned time frame problems and the part once again went to Shah Rukh. For Salman skipped a probability to save his then falling profession.

5. Ghajini 

It appear to be stated that after studying the story of Ghajini, Aamir himself suggested the producers of the movie to strategy Salman Khan as he experienced he would be a better fit for the part. Little is known about what happened nowadays, but the movie eventually went on to help Aamir graph box office record. 

6. Kal Ho Na Ho 

Despite efficiently having his own against SRK and successful over the viewers with his expression of the jilted fiancé Aman, Salman made the decision that enjoying second muck around to the Baadshah again was below him and the part went to Saif.

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