- Salman Khan celebrates his 56th birthday today
- The actor last starred in the movie Antim
- The actor has a busy sequence of films
Bollywood has been celebrating Salman Khan for decades. Also, after many blockbusters, the superstar has not lost a single drop of his charm. This year, Salman Khan, 56, has taken a permanent place in the hearts of fans all over the world. Salman Khan has done everything from his stunning acting skills to winning hearts with famous numbers. Here is a list of his 10 best songs for his birthday. We not only talk about baby dance songs but also songs that touch our hearts in many ways. Here is the list:
1.Satya Dune Kya Kya
Is there a better way to start the list? The first thing that comes to our mind when we hear the iconic song is the chorus Tax Maine Kia Hai Tumse Pyar And the unparalleled charm of Salman Khan and Revathi.
2. Oh Jane Jana
Salman Khan all danced with him in this peppy number. The song belongs to the film Pyaar kia do tarna kia, A hilarious rome-com.
Who doesn’t like this song? It is difficult to take the view of Salman Khan and Asin here.
4.Aaj Main Upar
Picture Kamoshi He has given us some Evergreen songs, and this one too. Kavita Krishnamurthy and Kumar Sanu have lent their voices to this classic song.
With this song Bollywood got one of its evergreen love songs and the presence of Salman Khan made that number even better.
6.Leather taro leather baje
The dance created a love story between Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai. The Karba song became an instant hit among fans and continued to be a favorite.
7. Sony de Nagre
Salman Khan, Govinda and Katrina Kaif made it an unforgettable party song for generations. Sajid-Wajid music has a special place in our hearts.
8.Gene Ke Hain Char Din
We can’t miss this song when we recall Salman Khan’s best songs. The song has checked all the boxes from Funky Beats to Cool Dance Steps.
9.Jumme Ki Raat
Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez stunned us with this song and how!
10.Unchi High Building
Who is going to forget this iconic song? While Anu Malik and Purnima gave a strange edge to the tune, Salman Khan, Ramba and Karisma Kapoor added luxury and glamor to the song.
Here is a snack for Salman Khan and some of his best songs.