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Topless Salman

Posted by Kokolicious on December 29th, 2008


While Shahrukh and Aamir Khan woke up to the concept of body-sculpting only in the forties, Salman Khan has been noted for his bulging physique since forever. Here is a list of some his prominent shirtless appearances on screen over the years. Take a look.

Maine Pyar Kiya

One saw a lot of this poster and Salman during the late 1980s when Sooraj Barjatya’s roaring blockbuster hit the screens. Rather scrawny compared to his current-day beefy avatar, don’t you think?


Salman played a warrior married to Amrita Singh, sporting a Hulk Hogan-inspired hairstyle in this reincarnation drama. It flopped miserably at the box office.


After a spate of flops, Salman decided to pull his socks up and work hard on his body and image. Its sparkling effects were more than visible in his action-packed flicks like Karan Arjun and Veergati giving the stunner another excuse to flaunt his newly-acquired packs and clean-shaven chest.

Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya

A swell-looking Salman in nothing more except torn jeans and a guitar slung around his neck jiving skilfully to the beats of O Oh Jaane Jaana, in brother Sohail Khan’s directorial debut, Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya, made for quite a picture, didn’t it? Before this Salman’s shirtless appearances very few and far between but after Jaana it almost became a trademark.

Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge

The pose reminds us of Maine Pyar Kiya. The story reminded us of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (to some extent). Lack of originality aside, the Khan looks inarguably dishy. Wait a minute, there’s Karisma Kapur too. We almost didn’t see her.


Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega

A good body spells great confidence. And so Salman wildly experimented with his style. In other words, no shirts please. Remember his sarong ‘n’ shorts turn in Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega?

Biwi No 1

As the flirtatious Prem cheating on his gullible wife for a seductive model, a thoroughly drenched Salman Khan lands up on Sushmita Sen’s door for a dry-me-up session. Needless to say, another shirt bites the dust.

Tumko Na Bhool Payenge

Either to show the bad guy what he’s up against or to tempt the heroine into what she’s missing, Salman Khan doesn’t spare any opportunity to showcase those bulging biceps in this desi version of The Long Kiss Goodnight.

Mujhse Shaadi Karogi

Rivalry can mean a lot many things in the bizarre workings of Bollywood. In Mujhse Shaadi Karogi it means dancing in grass skirts to win the girl’s heart. Being a PRO at the flaunting game helps Sallu’s cause. We all know who gets a Priyanka Chopra.

Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya

If donning earrings wasn’t enough, Salman turns up his trend-o-meter with a pierced ring around his navel for his wet ‘n’ hot pool appearance with girlfriend Katrina Kaif for David Dhawan crazy caper.


Love Guru Salman Khan helps Govinda walk the walk, in a typically hunky style in Partner. While the former is swaggering as usual, Chi Chi is in no mood to show off his bulge. What do you think, Will Smith?

Hello and No Entry

Technically, Salman’s roles in Hello and No Entry weren’t nothing beyond extended cameos. That doesn’t stop him from giving his fans a good glimpse of that famous body in dark or day.


Not many 40 something’s can brag of a body like this. The actor highlights his well-preserved physique in the teasers of the upcoming 300-brand action drama, Veer.

 Source: Rediff


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