The Dabangg Khan has often been a part of political campaigns and is urging the public to vote, but looks like the Jai Ho star is now vary of politics
Salman Khan wants to stay away from politics it seems. The actor whose film Jai Ho is set to release this January does not want political parties to use his film songs or dialogues for their party’s promotions. The actor’s songs and dialogues are an instant hit with his fans and he seemed visibly upset that his film’s songs were being used even before its official launch by some of these parties. Now we understand why Sallu was so miffed when he was quizzed about politics during his Nagpur leg of Jai Ho promotions.
Also unlike his good friend Aamir Khan who has openly voiced support for Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Admi Party (AAP), Sallu will only voice his opinion about Kejriwal & Co only after the party proves its worth. The actor in a recent interview commented on AAP’s recent victory, he said, “Arvind Kejriwal has won the elections and people have given him such a big platform but he will have to prove himself now.”
Sallu might be a tough man to impress, but as far as public is concerned we’re sure that the politicos can easily sing their ways impress them with Salman‘s hit numbers and power-packed dialogues, hai na BollywoodLifers?