Congratulations on the day Salman Khan: Five songs that make their hat to & # 39; Bhaism & # 39;

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Salman Khan is 53 today

You know there is a Salman Khan song when you hear it. Macho star, just one syllable, all inclusive & # 39; Bhai & # 39; To fans, has an enviable collection of Hindi songs in his almost three decades of entry. We all know that he is not much dancer, but make him beat the dance floor. For best results, try some Mehboob Studios floors – and he'll rock it. The shirtless Sallu makes bodily movements to dance concepts and uses bath towel as a plug. Thrilled fans lap up some gravity-defying movements of their favorite Khan, who will be 53 today.

Larger than life and equally polarized, Salman Khan is the rare superstar for whom text writers voluntarily have "Bhai" mythology woven into their texts. Call it "Bhaism." For example, look at "Character dheela hai." Penned with Salman in mind, it is a perfect ode to his misguided man-boy image. The audience loves and actually expects an Eid special song from him. Terms like & # 39; Mum & # 39; and & # 39; Mashallah & # 39; is set generously in Arabian Nights settings to reach the Ek Tha Tiger star's mass base.

On the birthday boy's big day today, here's a look at five chartbuster songs that can easily pass as a confidence in their public image.

"Swag se karenge sabka swagat" (Tiger Zinda Hai, 2017)

In one of Salman's better soundtracks, the gentle "Dil diyan gullan" became an earworm for heartbreak kids, majnus and lailas. But the number that really works best as Salman mythology is "Swag's karenge sabka swagat." Salman's devil-maybe-care attitude gives the hook. And voila! Rather, Wallah!

"Aaj ki party meri taraf" (Bajrangi Bhaijaan, 2015)

Over the years, Salman has granted the Eid weekend as the official release date of his films. It makes him somehow obliged to include an Eid number in the mix. "Aaj ki party" is a free example. With Kareena Kapoor for company and a gentle adaab firmly in place, the Patani-clad Khan swings his way into people's hearts.

"Jumme ki raat hai" (Kick, 2014)

The ultimate Friday night, Kick dance number Salman (a brave goatee and mustache for effect) shows his free style best. It was probably a choreographer on the sets, but who cares, Salman does his own thing. The song's well-known use of terms such as jumble words & # 39; and & # 39; Allah bachaye mujhe tere go & # 39; is aimed at Bhai's Bandra slumlords.

"Mashallah" (Also Tha Tiger, 2012)

With 55+ million views on YouTube, this Arabic themed song contains most things about Salman. It has it & # 39; Habibi & # 39; the taste that his fans can instantly identify with, is Salman who moves and shakes at his own pace (a scarf ruthlessly thrown over his neck) and a belly-dancing hot Katrina Kaif. In a nutshell, an entertaining Salman song for the time being.

"Character dheela hai" (Ready, 2011)

Misunderstood, controversial, brash, Peter Pan. Being Salman. Amitabh Bhattacharya's text is a news flash of Bollywood's bad boy. "Love is a happy dance for everyone else. When I do the same, ask yourself about my character," Bhattacharya's text goes unhelpfully translated into English. To see a regular busy Salman playful twinkle on his own photo is worth popcorn.

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