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Sanam Bewafa (1991) (Hindi Film / Bollywood Movie / Indian Cinema DVD)

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Salman (Salman Khan) accidentally meets with Ruksar (Chandni) and eventually after a few misunderstandings, both fall in love. Sher Khan (Danny Denzongpa), Salman's dad, and Fateh Khan (Pran), Ruksar's dad, though neighbours, despise each other, to the extent of trying to kill each other families. While Sher Khan is ready to get Salman married to Ruksar, Fateh Khan opposes this, and demands a huge sum of wealth and money from Sher Khan, to which Sher Khan agrees. And so both Ruksar and Salman get married. It was then both Ruksar and Salman come to know the sinister motive behind Sher Khan's willingness to this marriage.

About the Actor

Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan was born on 27th December 1965 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.Salman, when not wow-ing his audience on-screen, has managed to get into quite a few tangles with the law off-screen. In 1999, he was accused of shooting Chinkara, an endangered species during the shooting of Hum Saath Saath Hai and was awarded a jail term. After days spent behind bars and several appeals that were denied, he is currently out on bail. He was arrested for negligent driving in September 28th 2002, which resulted in the death of one person while three others were injured. Charges were dropped against the actor for homicide though other charges were leveled against him over this incident, still being battled in court.19881993 He played a supporting role in the film Biwi Ho Tho Aisi released in 1988. It was followed by the extremely successful 1989 hit Maine Pyaar Kiya, winning him the Filmfare Best Debut Award. This was followed by a string of films like Bhaaghi, Sanam Bewafa, Pathar Ke Phool and Saajan, which did very well at the box office. The films released in 1992 and 1993 were pretty average.

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