Monday, December 18, 2017 14:04 IST
It was a pleasant surprise when Bollywood PR guru Dale Bhagwagar posted these two pics on his Twitter -- one from Salman Khan's latest flick Tiger Zinda Hai and the other from the actor's first blockbuster Maine Pyar Kiya, where Bhai played the iconic character of Prem.
The similarities are striking. Salman standing behind Bhagyashree, fondly looking at her; and the other one with the same look for Katrina Kaif, his love interest in the Ek Tha Tiger sequel.
"When I saw this @BeingSalmanKhan pic from @TigerZindaHai, it immediately reminded me of the posters of #MainePyarKiya. So I decided to #Google pics from #MPK and bingo... that was it. :):) Cute, isn't it?," Dale posted on social media. No wonder Dale is known for his eagle's eyes.
Way back in 1989, Salman became a rage with the youth after his debut as a lead. And luck has shined so bright on the superstar that he has never looked back since. Twenty-eight years on, no doubt Sallu is still the reigning Bigg Boss of Bollywood. Come to think of it, the pics make a perfect fan moment.
Salman's last film Tubelight did not fare as well as expected. Now with Tiger Zinda Hai nearing its release date, the star's fans as well as some industry celebrities, are eagerly awaiting its reviews.
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