Salman Khan is known performer but has never gone on international tours. As the actor celebrates his 51st birthday today, Salman Khan has good news for his international fans. The can rejoice now as he is finally going on an international tour and will be going to Australia and New Zealand for live shows.

Titled ‘DA BANG –The Tour’, it will be organized by The Chocolate Room and will be the biggest entertainment live property from India. The shows will be headlined by Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Bipasha Basu, Prabhu Deva, Daisy Shah, Badshah, Manish Paul. The locations locked in for the concert are Melbourne, Sydney in Australia and Auckland in New Zealand. It will be held in April and May 2017.

Salman Khan is all geared up to bring one of the biggest shows to international platforms with musicians, brilliant dancers, breath taking set designs and opulent costumes etc. It is slated to be electrifying and an immensely original format spectacle, global in appeal. Fans are going crazy as the first time they are going to see their idol performing right front of their eyes that too live.

Mr. Yaju Vaghela, the owner of Chocolate Room Australia and the organizer from Australia said, “Salman Khan is a supernova Superstar, the most lovable Khan of Bollywood. He is one of the most stylish heroes, the true king of the box office. Besides, he has a magnetic charisma to draw the audience as a superstar performer, a total entertainer with his trademark dance and dialogue deliveries. Just as Modiji had come to Australia, akin to his victory march and had Australia spellbound, we are confident that Salman Khan too will come mesmerize the audience here in Australia and New Zealand.  He is the original Dabbang, the Sultan, The Bhaijaan of Bollywood. It is like his victory march at the Box office. We at Chocolate Room are proud to be associated with DA BANG –The Tour. It will be the biggest Bollywood concert ever planned and executed in terms of scale and will overshadow everything else before.”

On the work front, Salman Khan will be next seen in Kabir Khan directed film Tubelight.

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