At the launch of Bigg Boss 7, which was held on September 11, Salman Khan was in full chilled out mood. Usually, the actor who avoids getting too chit-chatty with the media, this time, opened his heart to his fans through the media, and cleared loads of pending doubts.
The hug exchange between the rival Khan has to be the biggest news of 2013 (lets forget Katrina Kaif’s bikini picture likes, for the time being). Well, yesterday we had reported that Salman Khan will have no problem if SRK ever decided to promote his films of Bigg Boss and that he was always welcome to do so.
“I will invite Shah Rukh on my show. If he wants to come and promote his film, he is most welcome,” he said. Asked if he would like to do a show like Aamir’s ‘Satyamev Jayate’, Salman joked, “I am open to do anything. If Aamir does not want to host it then I will associate myself with the show. Not only ‘Satyamev Jayate’, if Bachchan sahab feels he is too old to host ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ then I will do that also.”
Well, the latest we hear is, the blockbuster Khan holds no personal enmity with SRK, but on the professional front, there will always be a tough competition between the two.
Salman says, “I don’t have any personal enmity with him and I know his release broke all my records. If I have any problem then I want to beat the person through my work.”
Looks like Salman Khan is determined to outdo SRK’s Chennai Express box office smashing records.
He said, “My next release will be an answer to all the new records which are going to happen at the box-office be it Aamir’s Dhoom 3 or new actor Ranbir’s next film.”
Salman Khan also spoke about the big question that has been haunting him since his lates 20’s – “When will he get married”? Khan opens up about it says, that dreadful question makes him very angry.
“Nothing happen without God’s wish. When I will get a girl I will definitely get married. People who ask me such questions, I feel they are brain dead,” he said.
The Dabangg Khan also revealed his no kissing on screen policy to the media. He said, “I have never done kissing scenes in my films. One should enjoy kissing in real life. There’s no point in kissing onscreen.”