Here’s why Salman will never play a villain


It’s been 30 years since Salman Khan made his Bollywood debut, with ‘Biwi Ho To Aisi’ (1988). Since then, he has acted in over a 100 films and hosted many TV shows.
Interestingly, while most actors say that they love to play grey or dark characters, Salman is clear that he only wants to portray positive, heroic ones.
And why so? Well, Salman doesn’t want to misguide the youth. While talking to a publication, the actor said that after working in the industry for three decades, he has often noticed that youngsters follow their favourite big-screen heroes. Salman said that he doesn’t want to play a villain, as there’s always a risk of someone getting impressed by his actions on screen and indulging in wrong-doings.
While Salman’s next big-screen outing is ‘Bharat’, which also stars Katrina Kaif, he is all set to return as the host of reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ on television. Recently, the popular reality show was unveiled in a grand manner in Goa.
About returning to the show, Salman told a publication that he found it interesting to watch the inmates’ behaviour inside the house. He also said that he gets involved when he sees something wrong happening inside the house, because a lot of wrong things have happened in his own life. Salman noted that such instances cause a lot of pain to one’s parents, and so, he doesn’t want anyone to be in similar situations.


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