A lot of celebrities from Bollywood have thronged to watch director Anurag Kashyap’s crime thriller Gangs Of Wasseypur 2, but Salman Khan is wary of watching the flick with his family. Why?
With all the use of expletives in the film’s dialogues, we don’t need to answer that.
In an interview, Salman Khan himself said: “I watch films with friends and family. But I can't take my family to watch that film. Even though everybody is grown up and mature in my family. And we all are adults and aware and very chilled out but I don't I think I will want to see that film with them.”
It’s true that Salman Khan often goes out with his brothers, father and mother to watch films.
When asked if he would ever work in a film like Gangs Of Wasseypur, Salman Khan rebutted: “I do clean films, straight out. I don't need to use abusive language in my films. I just want to do my kind of cinema. I just want our filmmakers to make movies with our culture and value system.”
At a promotional event when he was asked why is the film titled ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, Salman said: “For me the title ‘Tiger’ would have worked. But since director Kabir Khan must have read in his childhood stories that begin with ‘Once upon a time, there was a…’ he chose to put ‘Ek Tha’ before ‘Tiger’.”
Ek Tha Tiger releases August 15 and has Salman Khan playing a RAW agent.