Thank You Salman Khan, For Not Playing a Villain Onscreen
Let Sallu Bhai enjoy being a hero onscreen, at least!
I don’t like that genre at all. I don’t want to be a villain. I believe in entertaining the audience. I like playing the hero, a good man whose memory people carry back home.Salman Khan
Bhai nei ek baar jo commitment kar di…toh woh uske baad khud ki bhi nahi sunta...
Thank god for that. We couldn’t have agreed more with Salman Khan for this particular statement.
Wondering why? We have some Dabangg reasons to back Sallu bhai on why it’s totally not cool for him to be a bad guy on the big screen.
Ki Main Hoon Villain Tera!
Bhai has been a part of so many kaands (controversies) in real life that imitating them in reel life would result in a horrible case of deja vu for Salmaniacs. Salman realises that a lot of people are in love with his ‘Prem-able’ attitude. And it took him a while to clean up his image and Be(ing)Human onscreen. For his squeaky clean image, he can credit Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.
Bhai positive role ke peeche, public bhai ke peechee. Too much fun!
“A hero is a man whose memory people carry back home.”
And if that hero is the Sultan of Bollywood than the only memory ‘we’ carry back home are his delicious six-packs. Now it would be a shame if those well-toned six-packs belonged to someone who is only going to be beaten black and blue by a random struggling actor.
Naa, humse naa hopayega!
Bhai, the Born Hero
Salman is a born hero and incase there is any fight or argument within the industry, Bhai is apparently always right. As Sallu himself said, “zindagi mein teen cheez kabhi underestimate nahi karna. I, Me and Myself.”
Fight 1: Vivek Oberoi–0, Salman Khan–1
Fight 2: Arijit Singh–0, Salman Khan–1
You see, Bhai ek sota hua sher hai, ungli mat kar, jaag gaya to chir faad dega.
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