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Sangati Jogwar

Sonakshi Sinha and Salman Khan’s “Dabangg 3” is now a blockbuster movie and once again the star power and superstardom of Bhaijjan have ensured that the movie despite a weak script and narration reach the 100-crore club. Apart from Salman, the one person who is also known for his Dabangai in Bollywood is the yesteryear star, Shatrughan Sinha. His one “Khamosh” used to stop big names from speaking their hearts out.

Recently his daughter Sonakshi Sinha who debuted through “Dabangg” in 2010 did almost an impossible thing which was beyond the imagination of many. When a photograph related to the incidence went viral, viewers were left shocked. So what exactly did this “Lootere” actress did?

Chulbul Panday aka Salman Khan is known for his strength and macho image. But recently Sonakshi left even this superstar stunned when she easily lifted Salman in her arms. No one could believe that the svelte and beautiful Sonakshi has the strength to lift Bhaijjan almost similar to the way the hero lifts his heroine in a movie.


With this, she once again proved that she is the daughter of the strong “Vishwanath” actor.

Sonakshi & Salman’s End Year With Success

The third instalment from the “Dabangg” franchise has crossed the elite 100-crore mark which has been a common factor of almost all the Salman Khan movies. With the CAA protests going on around the country, experts had predicted low earnings for this Prabhudeva directed flick. But despite the initial damage, the protests caused “Dabangg 3” not only has been declared a hit at the mainstream level but are minting gold even in the regional market.

The entry of Kichcha Sudeep as the leading antagonist has also ensured a rise in the net income of the movie from the South Indian circuit. Thanking his fans for this success the “Tubelight” actor said, “In such troubled times (for the film) to do well is remarkable. All the credit goes to the fans. And fans have been very loyal to me and they have gone.”

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