Fans go crazy as Salman Khan shows up at SLB’s Heeramandi screening wearing unusual Dragon Ball Z trousers

It’s difficult to miss Salman Khan’s arrival at any kind of public event. The star often has many security with him when he attends parties because he carries his goods.


People couldn’t help but notice his peculiar, multicolored trousers when he recently attended the VIP screening of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s forthcoming TV series Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar.

Even before Salman Khan’s car pulls into the parking lot, attendees at any function are aware that he is almost here. That is the extent of the superstar in the Indian film industry’s power and impact. Millions of people adore Bollywood’s “bhaijaan,” to the point that they copy everything about him—including his fashion choices, gait, and hairdo.

Therefore, it attracted attention when he was seen wearing Dragon Ball Z printed trousers at the Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar screening on April 24. The Tiger 3 actor can be seen coming in the premiere footage sporting a black shirt and unique, quirky-looking slacks.

Cartoon characters like Goku and Dragon Ball Z were multicolored painted over his white denim pants. He completed the outfit with his big black boots and his patent silver bracelet.

Soon after, his devoted admirers began to bombard the comments area with many remarks when the footage of him arriving at the event became viral. Some said his appearance was on fire, while others said his fashion sense was always distinctive. “Style icon with a golden heart,” a user said. One person wrote, “I love this guy,” while another, “Good looks good looks good looks.”

“What the hell?!,” said a third user. How can someone at the age of 58 seem so very cool? Whoa! Dear God, please forgive me. Many more bombarded the video with fire and love emojis.

Salman turned heads at the show screening, and many other Bollywood celebrities like Alia Bhatt, Neetu Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Vijay Varma, Aditi Rao Hydari, Rekha, and Ananya Panday were there as well.

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