Sultan is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language sports drama film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. Produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films, the film stars Salman Khan as the titular character opposite Anushka Sharma. The film marks the third collaboration between Abbas-Zafar and Khan after the hit films Ek Tha Tiger (2012) and Tiger Zinda Hai (2017)
Some Details About Sultan Movie:
|Release date||6 July 2016 (India)|
|Director||Ali Abbas Zafar|
|Box office||est. ₹623.33 crores|
|Distributed by||Yash Raj Films|
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Sultan Movie Top Cast Name:-
- Salman Khan
- Kubbra Sait
- Anushka Sharma
- Randeep Hooda
- Marko Zaror
- Ron Smoorenburg
- Anant Vidhaat Sharma
- Meiyang Chang
- Kabir Khan
- Shibani Dandekar
- Björn Freiberg
- Marrese Crump
- Amit Sadh
- Brahim Chab
- Gaurav Pareek
- Hans Marrero
- Caroline Koziol
- Kumud Mishra
Sultan Movie Story With The Best Dialogue
The film follows the story of Sultan Ali Khan, a wrestler who has to give up the sport after a tragic accident. He then goes on to become a successful mixed martial arts fighter. The film also features Randeep Hooda, Amit Sadh, and Kumud Mishra in pivotal roles.
The film was released worldwide on Eid al-Fitr, 6 July 2016. Upon release, the film received mixed reviews from critics, but was a box office success, grossing over ₹600 crore (US$88 million) worldwide.
The film starts with Sultan (Salman Khan) being felicitated by the Indian Army for his win at the Mixed Martial Arts tournament in Las Vegas. He is then seen meeting Aarfa (Anushka Sharma), a state-level wrestler and the daughter of the local wrestling coach. The two eventually fall in love and get married.
However, their happiness is short-lived as Aarfa is killed in a terrorist attack. This leaves Sultan shattered and he gives up on wrestling. He then takes up mixed martial arts and starts to train under the guidance of coach Kavita Devi (Randeep Hooda).
Sultan eventually becomes a successful MMA fighter and is once again felicitated by the Indian Army. He is also seen reconciling with Aarfa’s father. The film ends with Sultan’s voice-over, in which he says that Aarfa will always be with him.
The film is a classic underdog story and features some of the best dialogues which are sure to inspire you. Here are some of the best dialogues from the film:
- “I am not a wrestler because I am afraid of losing, I am a wrestler because I am afraid of not trying at all.”
- “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”
- “The only way to find out if you can truly trust someone is to trust them.”
- “A man’s most important battles are the ones he fights within himself.”
- “The moment you give up is the moment you let someone else win.”