I owe people who stood by me in hard times, says Salman Khan
New Delhi: Attending a press conference in Kashmir for the first time after the hit-and-run verdict Bollywood superstar Salman Khan shared about the experience and his life in the meet.
When asked what message he would like to give to his fans and supporters and the struggles of his life, Salman said, “My problems are very small. But for those who stood by me in my tough times. I owe you guys and appreciate what you have done for me. Thank you for all the prayers. I don’t know if I deserve it.”
When asked about the state Salman said, “Kashmir is heaven. We want the tourism to increase in Kashmir and working all over the state is a way to promote tourism.”
“He said that he would have loved to come to shoot during ‘Dabangg’ too. We are silly not to work in Kashmir more. We want to promote our own country.”
“We are here to invite the whole world to Kashmir, ” he quipped.
Director Kabir Khan confirmed that the film is definitely releasing on Eid. Kabir also addressed the infrastructure issues in Kashmir by saying, “Kashmir is not unique in infrastructure problems. Even big cities like Mumbai and Delhi face problems like bad roads. And these problems can be changed.”
Speaking about the film the ‘Dabangg’ actor commented, ” ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ is a light hearted romedy. It has a feel good quality.”