I get scared when critics praise my work: Salman Khan

Brenda Watkins
June 15, 2019

Recently, Producer Atul Agnihotri revealed that the Film has grossed more than Rs 250 crore worldwide.

Salman Khan further said, "In the recent times, the kind of films I am doing, I am doing because I love stories about them".

"Ali has not shared his idea with me but then with Ali, I'm always the last one to know". "I want people to come inside the theatre and forget about their life". The reactions were largely positive, but the release of the film about Salman Khan sparked a lot of enthusiasm. and Katrina's gaze as the actors cross different lines of the film. The 44-year actress who was criticized for playing Salman's mother said, "My roles are my choice and I stand by my choice proudly".

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"The success of every film is very important for me, really". The film also stars Katrina Kaif, Jackie Shroff and Sunil Grover and has been directed by Ali Abbas Zafar who previously worked with Salman on films like Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai. "Bharat is a film that we have given our lives for, like every other film".

Salman does not indulge in method acting.

"So if the scene is not relatable for me, I will sit down with the writer and director for a discussion, we will try and improve the scene so that I convince myself". It doesn't make a difference if someone (a critic) has given it so many stars (ratings) or ridiculed the film. But listen, that is the quality of a bad actor that I have. They will get that amount of heroism, emotion or comedy from a bad scene.

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