Salman Khan reveals the reason behind his no kissing/nudity policy

Salman Khan has not kissed a single heroine onscreen throughout his career and he will never break his any kissing /nudity policy. This is something he has reiterated time and again. In an interview with DNA after Hrs, he said that he was clear about making clean, family-oriented entertainers. The superstar was asked about how ambitious he was for his production, Salman Khan Films. He replied, “Ambitious, I can’t say. But one thing is clear in my mind. I just want to make clean, entertaining films. I’m constantly wondering if I’m doing the right thing or the wrong thing because there are bizarre trends today.”

Further on, Salman Khan expressed his opinion on the bold content being available on the web nowadays. He said that he understood it was for private viewing but he was somewhat uncomfortable with the idea. He told the paper, “The kind of films that are being made (especially some of the stuff jo web pe aa raha hai) are shocking! I can’t even watch the stuff, but people are watching it. I understand that is also private viewing, phone pe, laptop pe. Akele dekhne mein bhi humko thoda aisa lagta hai ki yeh kya ho raha hai. Because hamari upbringing hai, parents hain… after our first film, we moved straight into the Barjatya family zone.”

The actor said that he was still awkward about viewing kissing scenes with his family. He told the publication, “Abhi bhi when a kissing scene comes on screen, we’re all awkward. See it whichever way you want, but I will put my heft behind clean cinema. So, instead of ones and twos coming in to watch movies, I’d rather want our banner to have films where people know they will have the naughtiness, humour, action and romance, but all of us can watch them together. That’s what I want to keep it to. Aur agar koi picture ‘A’ rated hogi, then it will be because of action. I’m not for kissing and nudity in films at all.”

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