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|Salim Khan was an Indian actor and screenwriter. As a screenwriter, he wrote the screenplays, stories and screenplays of many Bollywood films. In Hindi cinema, Khan is best known for being half of the prolific screenwriting duo of Salim-Javed, with Javed Akhtar. The Salim-Javed duo was the first Indian screenwriter to achieve star status,becoming the best Indian screenwriter of all time, and is considered the "best scriptwriter of Hindi cinema". While working together, Salim Khan was largely responsible for the development of the stories and characters, while Javed Akhtar was largely responsible for the development of the dialogues.
Salim Khan was born in the city of Indore in the state of Indore, a princely state of British India in a wealthy family. Khan's grandfather, Anwar Khan, was a Pashtun Alakozai who migrated British madras to India in the mid-1800s and served in the cavalry of the British Indian Army. Khan's family tended to seek employment in government service, and eventually settled in Indore.Salim Khan was the youngest child of his parents, both of whom died before the age of 14. His father, Abdul Rashid Khan, joined the Indian Imperial Police and rose to the rank of DIG-Indore, which was the highest rank of police open to an Indian in British India.
Profile ( Personal Info)
|Real Name||:||Salim Khan|
|Age||:||82 years in (2018)|
|Profession||:||Script Writer, Actor|
|Date of Birth||:||24 November 1935|
|Eye Color||:||Dark Brown|
|Born In||:||Indore, Indore state, British India|
|Height in Feet Inches||:||5’ 8”|
Wife / Spouse / Partner Photos Details
|Wife||:||Sushila Charak (m. 18 November 1964),Helen (m. 1981)|
Children Photos Details
|Son||:||Salman Khan (Actor),Arbaz Khan (Director, producer, writer and actor),Sohail Khan (Director, producer, writer and actor)|
|Daughter||:||Alvira Khan, Arpita Khan (Adopted)|
Father - Brother - Mother - Sister -Relatives (Family Photos)
|Father||:||Abdul Rashid Khan (DIG-Indore, Indian Imperial Police)|
|Hobbies||:||Watching Cricket, Reading|
|Favorite Actress||:||Hema Malini|
|Favorite Actor||:||Sanjay Dutt|
Qualification ( Education, School and College )
|School||:||St. Raphael's School, Indore|
|College/ University||:||Holker College, Indore|
|Educational and Qualification||:||Unknown|
|While studying at the Master's in Indore, Salim attended the wedding of Kamal Barjatya, son of film producer Tarachand Barjatya. Here, he was spotted by director K. Amarnath, who was impressed by his beauty and offered him a supporting role in his next film Baraat. He would be paid Rs.1000 / - as a signing amount and a monthly salary of Rs.400 / - for the firing period. Salim agreed and moved to Mumbai, living in a small rented apartment in Mahim.|
While Baraat was duly created and released in 1960, he did not do too well, and anyway, his role was minor.Working under the name of Prince Salim, he embarks on the usual situation of "struggle" of Wannabe actors, working in minor roles, being cataloged as a seductive support actor and progressively descending towards category B films.
During the next decade, he played what he called "indifferent roles," playing minor characters in about two dozen movies, but his appearances were so minor that his name did not appear in the credits of many of these films. movies. In total, 14 films until 1970 and one last appearance in 1977. Teesri Manzil, Sarhaadi Lootera and Diwaana , whose most important role was noticed at Teesri. Manzil, where his role as a friend of the hero was fleshy, and his entrance scene had a very good accumulation.
Salim Khan, after separation, from Javed wrote a screenplay and dialogues for hit movies like Angaaray, Naam, Kabzaaand Jurm. For Angaaray, Rajesh Khanna asked director Rajesh Sethi to go to Salim Khan and rework the script he had.
Salim was not very active in the 1996 films as the crease he wrote as Akayla, Toofan and others between 1988 and 1996 flopped. He wrote scripts for thirteen films from 1983 to 1996, after his separation with Javed Akhthar. These included Majdhaar and the hit movie Patthar Ke Phool featuring his son Salman Khan. Other notable successes were Pyaar Kiya's Darna Kya and Auzaar scripts, both produced by her youngest son, Sohail Khan, and Salman.
His last unofficial partnership with Javed Akhtar was for the movie Baghban. Amitabh Bachchan asked Javed Akhtar to write his last speech. Salman Khan, for his speech before that, asked his father Salim Khan to write his speech. However, neither Salim Khan nor Javed Akhtar were credited.
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