The 3D version of the cult movie "Sholay" came out on Friday. (Agencies)
Director Ramesh Sippy had pulled a casting coup for "Sholay", which starred the big names like Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar, Amjad Khan, Hema Malini and Jaya Bachchan.
Produced by GP Sippy, it became the biggest hit of 1975.
"'Sholay' - the dada of all movies. Go and see it, Amitji, Dharamji, Sanjeev Kumar, Hemaji, Amjad Khan, Jayaji, Aasraniji and Jagdeepji are superb," Salman, whose father Salim Khan co-scripted it with Javed Akhtar, tweeted on Friday.
The 48-year-old has called the movie "a journey", and said that he has never seen such a performance in any movie.
"It's a cult film, experience it, it's a journey. The way the film is written, directed and produced 30 plus years ago," he tweeted.
"Seriously, never seen a better performed, directed, written, photographed, produced, acted, edited, background score, cameo roles are to standing," Salman added.
The 3D version is the brain-child of Sacha, grandson of GP Sippy.
The 3D version of the cult movie "Sholay" came out on Friday.