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SALMAN KHAN SAYS: DON’T THINK HEROISM IN CINEMAS WILL EVER DIE

The very much successful actor in Bollywood has said something very important to the world.

Fresh from the very success of his recent film that released Dabangg 3 the superstar says that there are times when the makers go overboard with the word named “heroism” but he believes that he is lucky to have struck the very right amount of balance in his films.

The superstar has so many fans in Bollywood or we can also say in India. He is also known as the Don of Bollywood, some sources tell us this we are not pretty sure about that.

His movie Dabangg 3 saw Salman reprise his role of Robin Hood-like cop named Chulbul Pandey and the film got its released date and also the film released on December 20th, minting over ninety crores in its opening weekend.

The actor who has cemented the image as a very large than his hero life with films like Wanted, Kick, Bharat, and the Dabangg series the actor says that heroism is still here to stay.

The superstar also said that he sometimes feels when the fans go to the theatre they should want to be you and the fans should come out happier.

So the superstar says that basically, that is his funda to do movies. Then he said that he doesn’t think that heroism can ever die.

The actor said this thing in a group interview.

The actor later on also said that he is a very big movie fan himself. He would see posters of other films and decide whether they want to see the film or not.

He compared it with today’s generation saying that today they have trailers and the people can make their mind to see a movie if they like it or not just by the trailers they watch.

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