Salman Khan, a prominent figure in Bollywood, recently shared a surprising revelation at the ‘Tiger 3’ special event. When questioned about an alternate career if acting hadn’t worked out, Salman amusingly mentioned farming. He playfully commented, “I would be a farmer, but whatever I became, I would have been successful”.
Emphasizing his inherent success, Salman asserted that triumph was a natural part of his personality, jokingly adding, “Even if I became a doctor or an engineer, I would have been this successful”.
In ‘Tiger 3’, directed by Maneesh Sharma and produced by Aditya Chopra, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif reprise their roles as Avinash Tiger Singh Rathore and Zoya. The film introduces Emraan Hashmi as an antagonist in the YRF spy universe, with special appearances by Shah Rukh Khan as Pathaan and Hrithik Roshan as Kabir Singh. Following the events of Tiger Zinda Hai, the narrative unfolds as Tiger and Zoya, falsely accused of treason, embark on a perilous quest to clear their names.Since its release on November 12, Tiger 3 has proven to be a box office phenomenon, breaking records and earning acclaim for its engaging storyline and star-studded cast.

Salman Khan meets fans watching ‘Tiger 3’, film breaks many records in 3 days

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