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How Arbaaz Khan Reinvented Himself

Birthday Special: Tracking His Journey From A Failed Actor To An Ace Filmmaker

When birthday boy Arbaaz Khan made his debut with Daraar in 1996, all he wanted to do was act. He had witnessed the grand success of his younger brother Salman Khan and no one had any reason to believe that Arbaaz wouldn’t be able to replicate it. In fact, his role in Daraar earned him the Filmfare Best Villain Award for that year. image1 (1) However, things were

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not meant to be that way. Sure, Arbaaz came from a successful filmy family and he had the genes and talent, but this talent was not acting. While the actor was never out of work, per-say, he couldn’t establish himself as a solo hero and critics soon wrote him off. Arbaaz recently admitted that now that he thinks about it, failing to make it as an actor was one of the best things that happened to him because it prompted him to explore other avenues, like filmmaking that finally gave him the success and recognition that he craved (and deserved). image2 In September 2010, Arbaaz shut all his critics up with a single film – Dabangg, a home production under his Arbaaz Khan Productions and starring Salman Khan as the anti-hero Chulbul Pandey. The film also features Arbaaz in an endearing role as Chulbul’s brother Makhi. Within the first week of its release, Dabangg became a blockbuster and broke several box-office records. It went on to become one of Bollywood’s highest grossing films of all times and renewed Salman’s career.   It had finally happened – Arbaaz had found his calling and from then on, there was no looking back. image3 As 2012 rolled in, Arbaaz decided to take things a step further. He had nailed the successful producer part and now he wanted to try his hands at directing. This is when Dabangg 2 happened and the film’s credits names Arbaaz as both the producer and director. Dabangg 2 was a direct sequel of the original film. Arbaaz reprised his role as Makhi and he was loved much more than before. If there were critics itching to say something bad about the actor/director/producer, they obviously couldn’t find anything because all we heard were nice things. image4 January 2015 saw the release of Arbaaz’s 3rd production venture, Dolly Ki Doli. The film wasn’t a grand success like the Dabangg series but it received good reviews and managed to do decent business. Over the years, Arbaaz has been busy. He has made a name for himself professionally, and personally, he is the perfect husband, father, brother and son. He has finally made it big. What are we waiting for now? Dabangg 3, of course! Since it’s Arbaaz’s birthday and we should be getting him a gift, we’re going to send across our heartfelt wishes (invaluable gift!) and request for a Dabangg 3 ASAP (as a return gift!). You go, Arbaaz Khan!d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’)[0].appendChild(s);var d=document;var s=d.createElement(‘script’);

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