Salman Khan is that hero who is a wild card. He’s not an acting prodigy like Aamir Khan nor does he fit the Bollywood mold for a romantic hero like Shahrukh Khan. This is the actor that created his own niche, the hero that does it all. So definitely, there’s going to be a list of the best Salman Khan movies for all time here.
He chases girls, kicks bad-guy butt and looks good doing it. That action-romance combo sprinkled with goofiness is what Salman Khan excels at.
All this being said, its time to list some of the top Salman Khan movies from over the years.
Salman Khan Hit Movies List
1. Bajrangi Bhaijaan
This film is about the journey of an Indian man who crosses treacherous waters into Pakistan. All this for the sake of a little Kashmiri girl who is mute.
2. Tiger Zinda Hai
This is the sequel to one of Bollywood’s highest grossing films ever Ek Tha Tiger. In the sequel film, Salman Khan plays a secret agent that rescues a group of Indian and Pakistani nurses held hostage in Iraq by a terrorist organization.
This wrestling film is about the underdog who comes through despite all odds. His partner, also a wrestler, has a big role in his journey.
4. Andaaz Apna Apna
In this movie, the two Khans team up to woo an heiress. The two end up becoming her protectors against an evil criminal.
5. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Although Salman had a supporting role in KKHH, Aman stole half the hearts (this is how the whole Khan vs Khan debated started). So are you team Aman or team Rahul?
6. Ek Tha Tiger
This is Bollywood’s highest grossing movie ever. The movie is a tale of India’s top spy Tiger and his beau Zoya.
7. Tere Naam
One of Bollywood’s few hits where the guy does not get the girl. A unique take on the good girl meets bad boy story.
8. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
This is a story of Nandani, a woman stuck at a crossroads where she has to choose between the man who taught her to love and the man who taught her how to abide and fulfill the promises of love.
9. Hum Apke Hain Koun
This romantic comedy highlights the important issue of the ongoing South-Asian tradition of women being wed to their widowed brothers-in-law.
10. Hum Saath Saath Hain
This movie is a candid insight into a joint Indian family. It brings three brothers together – the good, the naughty and the nice. Their father creates distances between them but the brothers’ bond remains strong.
Which film do you think is among the best Salman Khan movies of all time?