Salman's career faltered after 8 consecutive flops, then this choreographer changed everything by becoming a director. - Newztezz Online

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Salman's career faltered after 8 consecutive flops, then this choreographer changed everything by becoming a director.


Prabhudheva is called one man army in South Industry. He has not only improved his career but has also given a break to many youth. Once even Salman Khan's career grew with his help. When did this matter take place, let us know on the occasion of Prabhudeva's birthday.

Prabhudeva has been a big name in the South film industry and the Hindi audience also loves him a lot. His name is taken with great respect everywhere. Prabhudeva played many different characters in his career. He was a choreographer. Then he became an actor. After this he became a director and after that the day came when he wrote songs for films. Prabhudeva is celebrating his 51st birthday. It took a lot of hard work for the actor to improve his career but by making just one film, he brought the career of a big superstar of the country back on track.

When Salman's boat was sinking

As special as the 90s were for Salman Khan, the beginning of the 21st century was equally bad. His films stopped running. In 5 years, a total of 8 films of the actor flopped back to back. These include names of films like Yuvraj to God Tussi Great Ho. The actor's films were not doing well at all. During that time, Prabhudeva made the film Wanted in Hindi and Salman Khan's car came on track because of this film. Wanted had collected up to Rs 60 crores.

What projects does Prabhudeva have?

Prabhudeva has directed about a dozen films. But at present he does not have any film. Talking as an actor, Prabhudeva has two projects. He is a part of Flashback and The Greatest of All Time Film. Let us tell you that Prabhudeva has also sung songs and written lyrics in his career. But in recent times he has not done anything like this. His entire focus is towards acting and film making. He has also worked a lot on his acting craft.

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