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We have all witnessed foreign cricketers' love for India and their interest in Indian Television shows but on very rare occasions it has happened that a World Wrestling Superchamp has joined Bollywood actors in an Indian TV show. In Sony TV 'Dus Ka Dum' tonight, the traffic is likely to be double dosed as not only fans from Bollywood, but the crazy WWE fans are likely to tune in when the current undisputed and most powerful wrestler in WWE, Brown Strowman would be showcasing his muscles before Bhaijaan Salman Khan, and actresses Sonakshi Sinha and Diana Penty.

Salman, Strowman, Sonakshi and Diana have shared screen space for the first time on the reality television show Dus Ka Dum.

Going by a video Salman has hosted, Sonakshi and Diana and the Bhaijaan himself seemed very happy and excited to meet Brown Strowman on the sets, where the two ladies promoted their upcoming film 'Happy Phirr Bhaag Jayegi'.

Ten hours before the show, Bhaijaan shared a small video in his tweet saying, "Dumdaar Weekend is getting more Dumdaar! Look who's coming on Dus Ka Dum, the one and only Brown Strowman! Can't wait to show you all the fun we had with Sonakshi Sinha and Diana Penty.

Strowman shocked everyone when he twisted and twirled a frying pan and completely destroyed its shape and said, "You can see what I can do to metals. Imagine what I can do to the human body." And seriously, all three other than Strowman had scary faces and decided to run away from the Big Man.


"Dus Ka Dum" is certainly growing popular again on Sony Entertainment Television and even though there was a gap of nine years, we cannot deny the fact that Salman and his fans have complemented each other to a very high level.

Salman, who has spent over two decades in the Hindi film industry, continues to be one of the biggest crowd pulers in Bollywood.

On a personal note, on the satisfaction that he draws from television, he said it's about meeting people who come with no pretence and in that process, he lets go of the veil of superstardom too.

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