Salman Khan is just too much – find out why!

The Dabangg Khan has made sure that his fans get a lot of him in 2015. Read on to find out more…

Salman Khan is all over the place and quite literally, we must say. So be it his blockbuster films or his Being Human campaigns, you certainly have a lot of Sallu. However the Dabangg Khan thinks his fans aren’t getting enough of him as he has decided to play double roles in two of his films (Anees Bazmee’s No Entry Mein Entry and Sooraj Barjatya’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo) that are scheduled to hit the theatres in 2015. Yes, you read that right!

Salman, who has played a double role only once in his 25 year old filmi career in Judwaa (1997) had made a commitment to himself that he would only do another double role when Judwaa‘s sequel will be made. However, he has now decided to change his mind, it seems. Coming up with a new strategy to ensure box office success, are we?

And after the failure of Jai Ho at the box office, Sallu miyaan is taking each and very step very carefully. Salman doesn’t want to be seen in every frame of the films that he stars in. And if he does two back-to-back double roles he feels the audience would be subjected to an excess of his screen presence,” says a source.

That’s not all. Reportedly the Wanted Khan has asked Bazmee to ensure that his presence in No Entry Mein Entry is not similar to Barjatya’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, which has Sonam Kapoor as the female lead. “We are aware that Salman is playing a double role in both films. Luckily for us Sooraj is a very different filmmaker from me. What he would be doing in his film would be very different from what we’d be doing. However, we are taking precautions to avoid any similarity. Two double roles needn’t be similar. Rajesh Khanna’s double role in Sachcha Jhootha was very different from his double role in Aradhana, though both the films came in the same year,” Anees was quoted by a daily.

This is some interesting stuff, hai na? Salman surely knows how to keep his fans happy. What say BollywoodLifers?