When Salman Khan was at his humorous best

Salman Khan is a celebrity, who liked for his tongue in cheek humour & the fun elements he adds in his conversations.

Published: 07th July 2016 02:51 PM  |   Last Updated: 07th July 2016 05:46 PM   |  A+A-

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NEW DELHI: Salman Khan has been a celebrity who is liked for his tongue in cheek humour and the fun elements that he adds in his conversations.

During a recent interview with 92.7 BIG FM, the bhai of Bollwyood again proved his humour at its best.

When the 50-year-old actor was quizzed, what sets ‘Sultan’ apart from other movies based on sports such as ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag,’ ‘Mary Kom,’ he said, “Because one movie was based on Running, another movie was based on Boxing and this movie is based on Pehelwani (Wrestling). Hence, it is any which ways different.”

Taking further his laughter streak, the ‘Dabangg’ actor paused again before continuing with his thoughts on the differences between the movies and said “In one there was a track to run, in the another movie there was a ring and here we have fought in an akhada. That movie had a girl who was fighting, here there’s a guy who is fighting. This way Sultan is different.”

He concluded by saying, “and Paji was running in full speed in another movie.”

Meanwhile, if  initial reports are to be believed, ‘Sultan,’ released yesterday, has stormed the box office and raked in more than Rs 40 crore in its opening day at the box office.

“#Sultan [Wed biz / pre-Eid]: ? 40 cr+ definitely... 41... 42... 43... It can touch these figures... Final numbers coming up... FANTABULOUS!” tweeted trade analyst Taran Adarsh.

“The Eid festivities commence from today in India... A HISTORIC 5-day opening weekend is on the cards... #Sultan = HURRICANE at the BO,” he added.

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