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Salman Khan doesn’t give a damn about the the Rs 200-300 crore club!

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has reveled that he is very interested in doing larger than life movies and has no interest in doing small scale films. Salman Khan, whose movies lie ‘Wanted’, ‘Dabangg’, ‘Bodyguard’, ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ did wonders at the box office irrespective of the story line, has also acted in movies like ‘Phir Milenge’ amongst many others.

Salman Khan will be doing a special appearence in his brother-in-law Atul Atul Agnihotri’s home production film ‘Oh Teri’. “As an actor, I don’t want to do such kind of (small) films. If someone asks me to do such kind of films again then I might do a guest appearance in it. These are beautiful films but one will watch it on DVD or on TV but not go to theatre,” Salman said at the trailer launch of ‘Oh Teri’.

The actor also said he was happy doing larger-than-life stuff. “I will continue to do such films“, he added. The trailer of ‘Oh Teri’ will be played along with Salman’s ‘Jai Ho’ which is releasing today. “It (Oh Teri) is a lovely film. I liked the humour… the plot of this film. It is a relevant film in today’s time“, the actor said.

‘Oh Teri’, produced by Atul Agnihotri, stars Pulkit Samrat and Sarah Jane Dias in the lead.

Salman, known for launching newcomers like Katrina Kaif, Zarine Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Daisy Shah to name a few, has given a break to actor Bilal.

I believe in giving chance to newcomers but sometimes my choices have gone wrong too“, he quipped.

Meanwhile, When asked him to unravel his box office appeal; he has five 100 crore films — Dabangg, Ready, Bodyguard, Ek Tha Tiger and Dabangg 2 there; the actor thinks hard and says, “Yaar, numbers are important, but my humble request to the film-making fraternity is to try and keep a film within the common man’s reach. Our ticket prices are so high in some parts of the country that cinema, which is the main form of entertainment for our masses, is unaffordable to them. That is truly sad. I don’t care about the 200-300 crore club. I don’t want to be a part of this number game. I am there (in that bracket), but it is not like I want to break that record. As long as my films run and make decent sums of money, I am happy.
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