August 28, 2016 2:01:05 pm
It seems like the season of Salman Khan is far from fading this year. While Sultan continues to mint money at the box office, even after 50 days of release, we saw the promo of Bigg Boss 10 to be hosted by the actor, which is set to begin in the coming months. And trying to cash on the existing fever among his followers, Salman has now launched a game in his name. Titled ‘Being Salman Game’, it will enable his mammoth fan base to stay connected with the superstar, but in a unique manner.
So when Salman tweeted few days ago, “Let’s play a game on Sunday”, fans went berserk. Needless to say, the fever around his name never dies. Come Sunday, and Salman has posted another tweet, but this time with something more to it. The 50-year-old actor wrote “My official game #BeingSalmanGame is out now! Khelo!”.
The trailer of the game begins with Salman asking his fans to come and play with him. It goes on to explain about a hypothetical concept, which says there are seven people in this world who look-alike. It then focusses on Salman’s three characters who have a similar mission to free the world from violence and hatred, and how they try to do it.
He has picked his three most popular characters of Chulbul Pandey (Dabangg), Tiger (Ek Tha Tiger) and Prem (Prem Ratan Dhan Payo), enabling the people to pick them and play. Salman promises that the game is as action packed and exciting as his films.
Check out the #BeingSalmanGame’s trailer here.
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) August 28, 2016
The producers of Sultan, Yash Raj Films (YRF) had few months back, also released a game of Salman’s film as part of it’s marketing strategy. While we know how Sultan ended up breaking numerous records, and making more than Rs 580 crores globally, with Rs 300 crores in India itself, we hope the latest game only adds to his fandom.
Salman, who is currently shooting for his next film Tubelight will soon retunr to the small screens with Bigg Boss. Can we call 2016, a Salman year already?
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