Salman Khan rules the hearts of Indians with his rippling muscles and swag dialogues. The fact is that his fan following is just not limited, it goes far and beyond Indian borders, with thousands across the globe are learning his iconic and famous dialogues by heart, and his marvelous signature moves! Be it the UK, US or the Middle East, no Bollywood night is complete without a Salman Khan song. Due to the trending Bollywood culture, Dubai recently opened a Bollywood Theme Park, in which it has a whole dedicated section for Salman’s Dabangg character Chulbul Pandey.
Lately, adding up to his fan base is an unlikely set of people from New Zealand’s Christchurch Police Department. Recently, at a Diwali celebration in New Zealand, organised by the policemen, a bunch of Police officers had the crowd in splits dancing to Bollywood’s popular songs, and My God, they were amazing!
A Facebook video which went viral, shows New Zealand police officers on stage being cheered up by the audience as they danced on ‘Pandey jee seeti’ and ‘Baby ko bass pasand hai’ from the actor Salman Khan’s movies. It all starts with a police officer framing the mood with his absolutely killer moves, and with the other officers, including women joining him to dance. With no restrictions, the officers went on dancing on the trending Bollywood songs while all of them came together to celebrate the Hindu religious festival of lights and purity, Diwali, in New Zealand. Not only did they do an wonderful job of embracing different cultures but they also managed to give Salman khan’s moves.