Salman Khan takes a jibe at critics; says 'It doesn't matter what is being said about my films'

Salman Khan got talking on what he thinks about the critics reviewing his film, and well, looks like he has quite the comment to make. Read on to know.
Salman Khan takes a jibe at critics; says 'It doesn't matter what is being said about my films'Salman Khan takes a jibe at critics; says 'It doesn't matter what is being said about my films'
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Salman Khan, as we all know, has never felt the need to filter what he says, and more often than not, his statements do make it to the headlines time and again. Well, this time around happened to be no different as he got talking about what he feels about the critics reviewing his films. He was asked how despite all the big box office success that his films rake in, they have varied reviews when it comes to critical views.

Talking about the critics, the actor said how it does not matter what is being said about his films and how while some will give it 5 stars, others will give it minus. However, he did go on to say how these people have never made films and the ones who have, unki film buri tarike se piti hai (the films have shammed at the box office). He also went on to add how while they review the films, they must not be irresponsible. He said how they must let the audiences go to the theatre and decide for themselves, and even if 15 percent of the audience replies on the reviews, it does lead to loss of business.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Talking about how Maine Pyaar Kiya had a budget of 1 crore back in the time, which is a big thing and now even the smallest films are made in a budget of at least 25 to 30 crores, that money has to be recovered. The actor was last seen in Bharat, and the film did well at the box office. Next, in line, he has the likes of Dabangg 3, Inshallah with Alia Bhatt, and, Kick 2 co-starring Jacqueline Fernandez.

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