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Salman Khan and Eid have a history together; before seeing Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, check out the actor’s other Eid offerings.

Prepare yourselves for the release of Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, starring Salman Khan. It will debut on the Muslim holiday of Eid in 2023.


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The arrival of a new Salman Khan movie is as ubiquitous as Eid. For the past fifteen years, the Eid weekend has been dominated by the premieres of Salman Khan movies, and this year, he returns with another film that is also premiering on Eid: Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. It’s important to know when the first Salman Khan film was released on Eid before judging his subsequent Eid releases. In 1997, with the release of Judwaa, the actor’s first film coincided with Eid. The film, directed by David Dhawan and starring Kapoor, Kapoor, and Rambha, debuted in sold-out theatres and quickly became a financial success.

The two Eid movies starring Salman Khan were rather forgettable.
Kyon Ki (2005) and Jaan-E-Mann (2006), both starring Salman Khan, bombed at the box office after their Eid debuts. Both were romantic comedies that came out when the actor wasn’t at his most popular. Don and Jaan-E-Mann got into an argument, and Jaan-E-Mann videotaped exactly half of it.
Salman Khan became the go-to guy for Eid movies in the years that followed. With the release of Wanted in 2009, the actor’s luck began to turn. A much-needed box office success for Salman Khan, the film finally gave him the treatment he deserved. After the success of Wanted, the actor had a string of hits.

Salman Khan’s Eid triple-header of Dabangg, Bodyguard, and Ek Tha Tiger was a box office smash.
On its initial release date of Eid 2010, Dabangg became an instant hit. After Ghajini and 3 Idiots, it was the third Hindi film to earn more than Rs 100 crores in India, and it ultimately became the second-highest-grossing Hindi film of all time. After S. Shankar’s Robot (Enthiran), starring Rajinikanth, it was the year’s highest-grossing film overall and the highest-grossing Hindi film.

The release of Bodyguard on Eid 2011 once again shattered preorder records. The Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan vehicles dominated the box office in India and around the world in 2011. It also broke records as the year’s most successful Indian film. It was the actor’s second consecutive Eid smash hit, and it was quickly followed by another smash hit of the same genre, Ek Tha Tiger.

After 3 Idiots, Salman and Katrina Kaif’s Ek Tha Tiger (2012) became the highest-grossing Hindi film of all time. With almost Rs 30 crore in revenue on its first day, it set a new record for a Hindi film.

After missing the 2013 festival season, Salman Khan came back in 2014 with three box-office hits in a row. Chennai Express, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, is the highest-grossing Indian film of all time. Salman’s run of successful. After Dhoom 3, it became the second most successful Hindi film of all time. After PK, it was the year’s second-highest-grossing Hindi film.

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