Did You Know Salman Khan Nearly Lost His Life While Shooting Tere Naam? Here’s What Happened & How He Was Saved By Inches
When Salman Khan Could Have Lost His Life Shooting In Front Of A Train In Tere Naam, But The Quick Thinking Of A Co-Star Is Why Bhaijaan Is Still Alive (Photo Credit: IMDb)

Salman Khan has been ruling Bollywood since the late 1980s, and hype surrounding the soon-to-release Tiger 3 shows he isn’t going anyway. The actor – who turns 58 years this December, has starred in several films that have felt a last impression on all, like Maine Pyar Kiya, the Tiger franchise, Karan Arjun, the Dabangg franchise, Tere Naam, Sultan, Wanted, and more.

It’s known that acting comes with some drawbacks, such as sometimes falling in love with your co-star, sustaining injuries while doing stunts yourself, and sometimes, even nearly losing your life. As per reports, Bhaijaan – who continues to impress us with his well-maintained physic – both on screen and off, and romance in films, once almost lost his life while shooting a movie in 2003. Read on to know more about this near-fatal accident and what happened on sets.

According to an April 2020 Times of India report, Salman Khan escaped an accident that could have cost him his life. As per the report, the accident occurred on the sets of Satish Kaushik’s 2003 tragedy romantic drama Tere Naam. The accident took place when the ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’ actor was lost in his job.

The report states that while doing a stunt for the film, Salman Khan had to walk in front of a train. The ‘Tiger 3’ actor was reportedly so engrossed in the scene and delivering a top-notch performance that he didn’t realize the train behind him had come close to him on the tracks. Fortunately, his co-star was aware of the surroundings and pushed him across the railway track – thus saving his life.

We and millions of Khan fans are happy that nothing happened to the actor.

Directed by Satish Kaushik, Tere Naam starred Salman Khan as Radhe Mohan – a violent man who often performs good deeds and falls in love with Bhumika Chawla’s Nirjara Bharadwaj. The tragic romantic drama film – which is said to be based on a real-life incident, followed Radhe’s life, him losing his mind and finally ending up in a mental asylum. The film was a blockbuster upon release and is considered one of Khan’s best performances to date.

In other news, Leke Prabhu Ka Naam – the party anthem from Tiger 3, released today and has the world-going gaga dancing to its tunes. Sung by Arijit Singh and and Nikhita Gandhi, the music of the track was provided by Pritam, with lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya.

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