10 Most Emotional Movies Of Salman Khan That Have Made Us Tear Up Like Babies

BY: VIRAL ENTALK

DATE: 27-12-2021

BIRTHDAY SPECIAL!

Since his debut in a supporting role in the 1988 movie ‘Biwi Ho to Aisi’, Salman Khan has come a long way in his three decades-long-career.  During this time, the actor has given several super-hits to the film industry. 

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Be it romance, action or emotional scenes, the Bhaijaan of Bollywood aces it all. Here we take a look ay most emotional movies of Salman Khan that have made us tear up like babies. 

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Salman Khan played the bratty lover-boy trying to earn a decent living with élan that catapulted him to instant fame.

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Maine Pyar Kiya (1989)

Salman's most emotional film to date he plays a reformed ruffian whose love for the unattainable and pure girl lands him in a mental institution.

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Tere Naam (2003)

Many consider this Salman's finest performance. But only if you've not seen Vikram in the original Tamil film Sethu. 

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Salman's wettest weepie ever, it featured him as an abused child who falls in love with the charming Maggie (Revathy) only to lose her to death at the end.

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Love (1991)

Salman played the rich playboy who finally loses Madhuri Dixit to Sanjay Dutt because Dutt writes poetry and is physically disabled.

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Saajan (1991)

Love during the time of eating, gaming and flirting. 

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Hum Aapke Hain Koun (1994)

Though Salman lost Madhuri to Sanjay Dutt in Saajan, he made sure he got her in this film even though a calamity stuck the happy family threatening to tear the lovers apart.  

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Salman as Manisha's silently supportive love-interest provided a sense of comfort and joy in the girl's oppressive world.  

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Khamoshi: The Musical (1996)

Salman Khan takes a lost little girl back to her parents in Pakistan. Salman and the child actor promise Harshaali Malhotra make audiences sob helplessly.

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Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015)

Salman loses love again when Aishwarya Rai preferred to stay on within her arranged marriage rather than walk away with her lover. 

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Hum…Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)

Salman's emotional breakdown at the end with his screen-mom Helen was a hanky-drencher. Salman was never destined to get the girl. 

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Why on earth actress-turned-director Revathy cast her Love co-star as an HIV positive is a mystery. A tragic case of miscasting.

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Phir Milenge (2004)

One of Salman's rare film set in rural India. Here he played Ashwini Bhave's faithful and loving kid-brother who follows her into her marriage and sasural as part of her dowry.

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Bandhan (1998)

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