Subsequent to getting involved in a debate over his “assault” relationship, Salman Khan appears to have received another funda – “to keep it short”. The whiz says it is better in the event that he talks less.
At a question and answer session to stamp the opening of the seventeenth version of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) here on Thursday, the “Kick” star made that big appearance to discuss his involvement with the four-day occasion till now.
The on-screen character said: “I know it has been a long night, So I will make it short, snappy.”
Provoking a lady from the gathering of people to shout out “no” and asked him to be in front of an audience for somewhat more.
The on-screen character indicated at the continuous “assault” mix when he said: “I need to make it. The shorter I keep, the better it is.”
Salman pursued contention after he said amid a media communication that he felt like an “assaulted lady” leaving a ring in his part as a wrestler in his up and coming film “Sultan”. He later said, “I don’t think I ought to have” and clarified that he thought that it was difficult to walk…
Salman, whose journey in filmdom began with “Biwi Ho To Aisi” in 1988, and who came into the limelight following his act as Prem in the endearing love saga “Maine Pyar Kiya” in 1989, is one of the biggest box office draws in the country.
Salman is no stranger to controversies, be it the infamous 2002 hit-and-run case or the Blackbuck hunting case.
More recently, Salman stirred a hornet’s nest by opposing the death penalty for 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon in 2015. He retracted the tweet later on.
He also faced flak when he was named the goodwill ambassador of the Indian contingent for the Rio Olympics to be held later this year.
The superstar was seen in his best humourous side while talking to his fellow colleagues from the industry here. He was even seen sharing jokes with actors like Shahid Kapoor, Shilpa Shetty, Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone.
The actor, who is going to perform at the award night of IIFA, credits Spain for the person he is now.
“This is my second time in Spain. But today whoever I am, whatever my position is because of a Spanish man. He was a father figure to me. He was my school principal. He is no more but we absolutely loved him in school,” said Salman, who arrived in Madrid with his mother Salma Khan…….
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