Salman Khan Enjoys An Auto-Rickshaw Ride Home

Salman Khan Enjoys An Auto-Rickshaw Ride Home

Salman Khan Enjoys An Auto-Rickshaw Ride Home

The people who ask for war, should be sent to the border.

At a promotional event, the ' Sultan' star said, "In war, the Armies of both sides lose their lives. The families are left without their sons and their fathers", Salman told reporters here. "Within a day all conflicts will get over as their legs will start shaking", he added.

Salman Said that his brother Arbaaz does not want to direct Dabangg 3, and that they will find a "good director" for it. Salman and his other brother Sohail have been busy promoting their forthcoming film Tubelight. According to The Indian Express, Sohail was asked how the film dealt with the issue of war when he said, "In the film, we haven't touched that (the war)". The film - directed by Kabir Khan and based on the Hollywood movie Little Boy - apparently delivers a message of peace. "We've just gone into the fact that wars should end soon and our soldiers should return and their (Pakistan's) soldiers should also go back home to their families", he said. When you can discuss the conflict across the table, why go to war?

Salman Khan, who is leaving no stone unturned for the success of Kabir Khan directorial venture Tubelight starring Sohail Khan and Chinese actress Zhu Zhu, revealed few details about his next project Dabangg 3. "Nobody supports it, but it happens and nobody knows why" Sohail said.

Owing to the 25 years that Salman Khan and Aamir Khan have given to the industry, the camaraderie dates back to a time when the two had only started out as actors, reported Misskyra. Tubelight will release in cinemas worldwide on Eid.

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