Salman Khan is “bhaijaan” for everyone. But he also comes in the list of megastars in the Indian Film Industry.
However, in a recent conversation with Pinkvilla, the Tiger 3 actor said he doesn’t not like to get called a “superstar.”
Salman Khan says he does not deserve to be called a “superstar”:
Bollywood actor and star Salman Khan was recently in an exclusive talk with Pinkvilla, he opened up about his fears and about the Tiger 3 franchise and his journey in the world of bollywood.
When asked if he misses doing something after becoming a superstar, Salman Khan said he does not consider himself a “superstar.”
During the conversation, the “Bhaijaan” said he does not like the term “superstar” or “megastar.”
That is one of the things that I don’t care about. I’m doing my work; people are liking it, and that’s just what it is. Aisa kuch kar nahi diya hai maine apne own par ki superstar ka tag deserve kare (I haven’t done anything on my own that I deserve the tag of a superstar),” Khan stated.
He continued by saying that the world superstars are taken a bit seriously “Mera naam Salman hai, koi mujhe Sallu bhai bulata hai toh koi sirf Bhai bulata hai, so this is fine for me. So, superstar ka tag, I find it stupid and silly, and I appreciate it if people, even you (media) guys, don’t use this superstar for me because I myself don’t believe that. I understand and appreciate you guys believing it because the film is doing well, and the numbers are there, so superstar, but I don’t think it’s right to put that tag on me. It’s a lot of pressure, and I don’t deserve it; it’s just that I’m giving my best and it’s working so far.”
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In further conversation, the “Dabangg” actor Salman Khan disclosed that no producer has ever lost any money in the films like he has done.
And even if he has lost in his past, with satellite and digital they’ve compensated all and made more than they have lost.
Salman Khan also explained why, actor shared, “The only thing I want is that because of me, nobody should lose money, and when you go to the theatre, and you come back, you come back with something that in your life would add more to you than that 400-500 rupees that you spent to go watch my movie.”