Salman Khan: I have to smile even if I am worried for my court cases
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has led a controversial life and said that he has to smile even when he is worried about his multiple court cases
Salman Khan have always life vicariously and has been controversy's favourite child. His life has constantly been under the media scrutiny, owing to the kind of controversies he has been involved in. Inspite of that, Salman is still considered to be one of India's most bankable stars and is riding on superstardom that one can only imagine to achieve.
Salman, who was present at the HT Summit 2017, an event sponsored by Hindustan Times, had a lot to say about his personal life.
"I live a boring life, but journalists make my life interesting," he said. A lot of people are opinion makers these days because they are called on TV channels. They are shouting there. If one person screams then you may hear him, but you can’t hear 15 people screaming together."
Asked if he was talking about a channel in particular, Khan let the question pass, saying he was not talking about anyone in particular. "For last 30 years, I am told I am misunderstood. How can someone be misunderstood for decades," said the actor. Kind of life I have led is the kind everyone has led. I have been working 24 hours, seven 7 days a week. The rest you hear is because people are running their own shows… It's a hardworking life I have led. I still live in a one-bedroom apartment," said Khan, who started his career in 1988 as the second lead in Farooq Sheikh-Rekha starrer 'Biwi Ho To Aisi'.
The actor, facing multiple court cases, said, "I have to smile, go to interviews, romance onscreen even if I am worried about my court cases." Salman Khan will be next seen in 'Tiger Zinda Hai' and 'Race 3'.
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