Recently during a promotional interview of his upcoming movie BHARAT Salman Khan speak about his film selection and script importance in a movie.
In an interview with Times of India Salman Khan said ” Only if I get a good script, do I give my nod to a film. If my friends are getting me good scripts, why would I say no to them? I am a scriptwriter’s son, and a good script has always been my top priority. I need to love a script so much that it should make me want to begin the shoot tomorrow. All the films that I choose to do, begin as soon as they can go on the floors.”
Talking about one thing which always liked by the audience the BHARAT’s actor said “I feel the ‘good-versus-evil’ theme will always resonate with the audience. Some people get into (questioning) a film’s sensibility and stuff like that, but where there are emotions and drama, there’s never any logic. I make movies to entertain my fans. Thoda sa hasao, rulao, elevate their spirit, taaliyaan, seetiyaan… that’s the kind of entertainment I want to offer. It comprises larger-than-life plots and success stories. What happens with some directors is that, they make their first two films for themselves, but then from the third film onwards, they make movies for other directors and critics. For me, that doesn’t work.