Mumbai: Salman Khan, who is good to go to come back to the silverscreen subsequent to conveying a blockbuster as “Sultan” a year ago, isn’t obviously for war. Strikingly, his forthcoming Eid discharge – ‘Tubelight‘- coordinated by Kabir Khan is supposedly set in the scenery of the Indo-Sino war of 1962.
Salman Khan: Dialogue single solution, ‘war mongers’ must go to borders
While advancing his Eid discharge, both Salman Khan and Sohail Khan, communicated their thought on war and war hawks.
“You ask anybody that whether war is great or awful. Everybody will state it is an awful choice. It’s a negative feeling. Be that as it may, it happens a great deal, no one knows why. Things must be settled by sitting over the table,” Sohail said.
Salman Khan went ahead to state that war hawks or those requesting war must be sent to the fringes to battle. In the event that that happens, issues would be settled soon and that discourse is the main arrangement. He said if those mongering war ought to go to the front line rather than fighters, they would tremple in dread and wind up having an exchange to settle issues.
“Jo arrange kerte hain jung ko.. unke samne khada ker dena chahiye..yeh lo bhai bandook pakdo.pehle aap lado…ek racket ke andar band ho jayega pair kaanpne shuru ho jayenge haath kaanpne shuru ho jayenge…seedhe table pe aake jo bhi discourses hai woh ho jayenge,”
In any case, in what setting Salman Khan made such comments is hazy.
The Bollywood hotshot’s perspectives on such a delicate subject could trigger a new discussion only in front of the arrival of his film.