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Salman's style: A birthday treat!

Last updated on: December 27, 2010 13:01 IST

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A clothes horse for all occasions, Salman Khan is considered one of the best-dressed people in Bollywood.

The beefy actor's ability to pull off anything from pink jeans to printed sarong is nothing short of remarkable. With time, his fashion sense has only gotten more confident and funky.

All of 45 today, he is as stylish as they come. Here's a look at the Dabangg star's trendsetting ways over the years.   

Maine Pyaar Kiya

The jacket! While girls got all jelly-kneed over his boyish gaze and 'Hey, Suman' candour, guys channelled his hep boy appeal by donning the uber cool jacket with numerous iconic patches.


Image: Salman Khan in Maine Pyaar Kiya

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Saajan

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The early 1990s rode high on garish flamboyance, baggy trousers and floppy hair. Salman endorsed it too but kept the balance by slipping into the classic suit every now and then.

Image: A scene from Saajan

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Andaz Apna Apna

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In keeping with the loony spirit of Rajkumar Santoshi's laugh riot, the star sportingly gets into this ridiculously silly pyjama suit. And works it too!


Image: A scene from Andaz Apna Apna

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Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!

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While the women and their embellished ethnic wear hogs this wedding drama, Salman isn't far behind in making a statement. Suspenders anyone?

Image: A scene from Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!

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Karan Arjun

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Pumping iron has its benefits. It sure got Salman Khan a body to envy and emulate. No wonder he kick-started the trend to flaunt them to the hilt in body-hugging tees and tight-fitted jeans.

Image: Movie poster of Karan Arjun

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Auzaar

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Whoever says hot pants are strictly girl territory needs to meet Mr Khan. The man rock a pair of denim shorts, which in all probability is, the only remembered image of this lousy action flick.   

Image: A scene from Auzaar

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Judwaa

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Gaudy and flashy hues of pink and orange dominate Salman's excessively over-the-top wardrobe in David Dhawan's equally brash comedy.

Image: A scene from Judwaa

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Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai

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Tees and denims aren't his only attribute. The self-styled superstar is quite a smashing sight in ethnic too.

Image: A scene from Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai

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Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

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Some more proof  to validate this claim.

Image: A scene from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

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Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya

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The one where he goes shirtless. Though he revealed his bare torso in movies like Maine Pyaar Kiya and Veergati earlier, the impact was somewhat iconic when he shot an entire song shirtless resulting in frequent clones, even today.  

Image: A scene from Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya

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Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega

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Lungis, dhotis, colourful pyjamas, dungarees, is there anything Salman can't wear? Apparently, not. 

Image: A scene from Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega

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Tere Naam

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Those inward bangs in Tere Naam, not the best of hairstyles. And yet, it was hugely copied by self-confessed Salman loyalists and more.


Image: A scene from Tere Naam

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Salaam-E-Ishq

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Orange sherwanis are practically unheard of! Not for Salman Khan, no. Such a dude, right?

Image: A scene from Salaam-E-Ishq

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Partner

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Considering he plays a love guru to an inept Govinda in David Dhawan's Hitch rip-off, it's only fair to expect a super duper dapper dude. And look how he suits up to oblige!

Image: A scene from Partner

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Wanted

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His grungy avatar is just as spunky. Street-style, unbuttoned shirts, bandanas, sunglasses, classic jeans and truckloads of attitude, you bet he's wanted.

Image: A scene from Wanted

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Dabangg

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As a small town cop with his own set of rules and modus operandi, Mr Chulbul Pandey is rollicking in basic black and white with a teeny whisker to roll.  

Image: A scene from Dabangg

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