I've learned to not take things for granted: Salman Khan
Salman Khan, who has been ruling the Hindi film industry for the past three decades, said in a recent interview that he has learned to not take anything for granted. The superstar's last big screen outing was Remo D'Souza's 'Race 3' that failed to match up to the expectations of fans. Here's more on what he said.
What has experience taught Salman
"In all these years, one thing that I have learned is that you can't take anything for granted. To stay on the top, you need to fight. To get past the unfortunate happenings, you need to fight," said Salman.
Salman shared a side-effect of fame
Further, the 'Sultan' actor stated the biggest challenge which every actor faces is that they are required to behave in a certain way irrespective of what they are going through inside. "For example, when Arbaaz was summoned (IPL betting case), I had to attend the 'Race 3' press conference. You can't show what you're going through," he said.
Meanwhile, Salman will be next seen in 'Bharat'
Meanwhile, Salman will next appear on the big screen exactly after a year. He will be starring in Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Bharat' that also features Priyanka Chopra, Disha Patani and Tabu. The film will be out on Eid 2019.