Salman Khan’s film ‘Bharat’ has earned about Rs. 175 crores at the box office and the love of the fans is not taking the name of the halt. Salman Khan said that he was very scared at that time when the film reviewers started praising him because in most of the time he gets praise from his fans only for his work, which contributes to the film collection. In a conversation with the media, Salman Khan said, “I was scared when critics started praising me because often their thinking does not match with me or my audience. I started thinking that why are they giving my film a good star and why are they writing good about my work? “
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Salman Khan further said, “In the recent times, the kind of films I am doing, I am doing because I love stories about them. And then when I do a movie, there are some scales. I want people to come to theater, forget their pain and when they leave the theater they must be happy.” Earlier, Salman Khan received a lot of praise for his film ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and ‘Sultan’.
When asked Salman Khan, who is his biggest critic, Salman Khan said, “My Father is the biggest critic of my work.”