Salman Khan’s Excellent Hair Transplant

Soon to be 49-year old Bollywood actor Salman Khan is among the five most popular Indians on Twitter, with 9.4 million followers at the time of writing this post. More importantly, he has had several hair transplants over the past 10-12 years, and I am very impressed by the results since his last transplant was around 7-8 years ago.

Rumors are that his first hair transplant was a bad one. He has been fairly open about his hair transplants and has said that he went to a surgeon in Dubai for his last one.  Hair transplant cost is probably not a big issue for Mr. Khan!

Here is an image of a young Salman Khan when he was in his 20s, before his hair loss intensified:

Salman Khan Full Head of Hair

Below is an image of Bollywood actor Salman Khan right before he had one of his hair transplants:

Bollywood Star Salman Khan Before Hair Transplant
Salman Khan Before Hair Transplant

One more of him clearly balding:

Salman Khan Shaved Head
A Balding Salman Khan

And a video of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan and his hair loss.

Finally, an article from 2017 has a recent mage of Salman Khan’s hair, which shows how well his hair transplant has held up despite probable corrective work after his first bad quality hair transplant. In the article, Mr. Khan says that he initially needed a hair restoration procedure due to a fire related accident that burnt his hair.

 

 

5 thoughts on “Salman Khan’s Excellent Hair Transplant”

  1. several transplants,,,,one bad transplant…i dont understand how can he have unlimited donor area..its impossible.either he has a mixture of bit of artificial hairs or may be combination of hair piece and transplant.bcoz it is butofcourse know that there is limited donor area.So I think its a point of consideratio. how can he can get such fuller look

  2. Really this is a matter of curiosity for all of his fans and who is not as well. But anyone here knows which type of transplant he had went for? Because he looks will full of dense hairs which looks great and cant be identified as a transplanted result.

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