Arbaaz Khan Speaks Out On Brother Salman’s ‘Rape’ Remark

Arbaz Khan finally opens up on Salman’s infamous rape remark

Updated23 Jun 2016, 06:23 AM IST
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Finding his son embroiled in yet another controversy, Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan tweeted yesterday apologizing for the former’s “rape” remark. Now brother Arbaaz Khan has said in an interview that he hopes Salman would give a clarification for his comment.

According to ABP, Arbaaz said that whatever Salman might have said, his intention was not bad. “There is no doubt that in what Salman said, the intention was not bad. Sometimes you say something out of context but your intention is not bad. But if you become oversensitive over it, then you can create a controversy out of anything,” Arbaaz said.

On Salim Khan’s apology, Arbaaz said, “Every time someone apologizes, it does not mean that they are genuinely sorry. Sometimes you apologize because you have hurt someone’s sentiments and said something inappropriate.”

Watch excerpts of the interview here.

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Published: 22 Jun 2016, 04:55 AM IST

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