Aamir Khan leaves cinema crying after watching Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Called Salman's “best film ever”, Bajrangi Bhaijaan has managed to enthrall viewers with it's impactful message

Entertainment Desk July 20, 2015
Called Salman's “best film ever”, Bajrangi Bhaijaan has managed to enthrall viewers with it's impactful message. SCREENGRAB

Only Salman can make someone like Aamir Khan cry. After watching the screening of Bajrangi Bhaijaan, the Bollywood megastar walked out of the cinema teary eyed wiping away tears with a cloth, deeply touched by the story line of the film.

Aamir Khan was all praise for the film and Sallu bhai. He could barely stop tweeting about it:

He even made a special mention of the girl in his tweets:

In return, Kabir tweeted a video of the PK star crying while watching the screening of the film.

But it was not only this Bollywood megastar who was in awe of the film. Salman Khan struck gold at the box office after his latest offering Bajrangi Bhaijaan, which released on Friday, witnessed a big hike at the Indian box office on the festive day. The film amassed INR36.50 crore on day two.

After garnering appreciation from the film fraternity, who called Bajrangi Bhaijaan Salman's “best film ever”, the Kabir Khan directorial has managed to enthrall the viewers too.

It collected INR27.25 crore on its opening day and took off in a big way on the Eid, taking its total collection to INR63.75 crore, read a statement.

Bajrangi Bhaijaan, which also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, narrates the story of a Hindu man on a mission to take a Pakistani girl, who is dumb and mute, back to her country. It chronicles his adventures and experiences faced during his road trip.

According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the film might break the opening weekend collection of Salman's last film Kick, which also released on Eid in 2014.

The film, which was released on more than 5,000 screens across 50 countries, including the US, Britain, Pakistan, New Zealand and Australia, is making a mark overseas as well.

The blockbuster has created a frenzy on Twitter as fans tweet their love for the film and Salman Khan


Even Salman's fan Mika Singh, B-Town actor Randeep Hooda and Anil Kapoor shared their love for the film:

But the film has not only been a hit in India, it's also been a hit in Pakistan.

And Salman just need to say one thing to his fans, his gift to all on Eid was one which struck home:


Abdulqadir | 8 years ago | Reply Look at you guys ? you guys have so much hatred in you. It was a movie for god sake ! you say he is "Criminal" ?.. Here we have all types of criminals ! atleast that criminal showed a good message and hopefully the relation of indopak becomes better.
Hello | 8 years ago | Reply @Ali: Accident?? U drive a car under alcoholic influence, speed it, drive it over a PEDESTRIAN FOOTPATH!!! and say it's an accident?? And it's not his first crime Killing endangered species Hitting and beating multiple women multiple times Giving death threats to ppl Supporting other criminals!!! You name it, he has done it And then he does some charity and everybody forgets his crimes What "CHARITY" is the price of one of your family member? Can u pls give me the listing of prices of the lives of your family members and how popular one must be to kill them?
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