Salman Khan has been promoting his new film Antim: The Final Truth, which is doing well at the box office. The actor discussed the content on OTT and why he keeps his films clean, free of bad language and intimate moments, during a recent promotional event for the film. He explained why such content works, stating that it has a lot to do with the audience’s desire to consume it.
Salman was last seen in the action-drama flick Antim, where he played a decent cop named Rajveer. He shared screen time with his brother-in-law, Aayush Sharma, who has also received positive feedback for his performance in the film. This Bollywood film was directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, and there are rumours that a prequel to Antim is in the works.
Salman Khan said why he avoids roles that include kiss sequences, vulgar language, exposing, or intimate moments of any kind in a recent media interview. He added that he takes a conscious effort to keep his films clean because they are viewed by a wide range of consumers.
“I don’t do any of that stuff. That is the way I think cinema should be. But today there is a different trend because of OTT. I can’t even watch that content, but since people are watching, there are others making that content. Just because everyone is doing it, does not mean that I will do it as well. My mother my father, my seniors, my family, children they see these films of mine. So I like to keep them very clean.”, he said.
On the work front, Salman Khan has recently been busy hosting Bigg Boss 15, a famous reality show. In the next months, he’ll participate in a number of films, including sequels like Kick 2 and Tiger Zinda Hai 3.