Salim Khan reveals why he doesn’t write for Salman Khan Film, statement on Radhe
Salim Khan (Salim Khan) wrote the film ‘Patthar Ke Phool’ for his son Salman Khan (Salman Khan) in which the actor did well. The author had ever explained why he doesn’t write a film for Salman Khan.
New Delhi: Salman Khan (Salman Khan) and his films have been badly abused by the film Critic Kamal R Khan (Kamaal R.Khan). The actor has filed a defamation case against KRK, which has left him nervous. He has appealed to Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan (Salim Khan) for help. KRK had a negative review of Salman Khan’s ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ (Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai).
Salim Khan wrote the film ‘Stone Flowers’ for Salman (file photo)
It was believed that Salman made the case because of the negative review of his film Radhe, but the actor’s legal team has clarified that he did not make the case because of a negative review of the film. Salman’s legal team has accused KRK of trying to defame Salman Khan and his brand.
Meanwhile, a statement by Salman’s father Salim Khan has come up for discussion in which he is giving his opinion on the film ‘Radhe’. He says, ‘Dabangg 3 was different, Bajrangi Bhaijaan was good, but Radhe is not a good film at all, but commercial cinema also takes the responsibility of delivering money to everyone. This is what makes both cinema and business go. Salman has acted accordingly.’ Tell us that ‘Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai’ was released on the digital platform on May 13.
(Photo courtesy: Instagram/beingsalmankhan)
Salim Khan has written films like Sholay, Don, Deewar but he has not written any such popular film for his son Salman. When asked why he doesn’t write a film for Salman, Salim said, ‘I wrote stone flowers for Salman, but today when I write a film, people ask why don’t you take Salman Khan if your script is good.’