Salman Khan: Bajrangi Bhaijaan Is Appreciated And Making Money!

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Salman-ShootsSalman Khan’s much talked film Bajrangi Bhaijaan is no where in competition with anyone now, as the film is treading towards a success at the Box Office. With stupendous success and blockbuster numbers, the film has earned and has broken all the records with earning of Rs.100 crore net approx. at the box office on weekend.

With the most touching storyline of the film, Bajrangi Bhaijaan has received massive response by the audience and critics. Fans are going gaga over social networking sites to praise their favourite star, Salman Khan and is touted to be the best film of his life. Moreover celebrating Eid with his close friends and family, the film fulfills its purpose of booming success across the country.

On Sunday, after Eid celebrations with his family and friends Salman Khan had a media interaction where the actor was asked about the success of the film. Well the actor himself knows that the actor continues to bask in the glory of success with Bajrangi Bhaijaan.

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When asked to response on the reaction of the film that has grabbed the attention all over, the actor said, “We make films to get appreciated but when film earns money and is not appreciated for its content and story then is disappointing. I would rather prefer a movie which doesn’t earn but is loved by the people. Touchwood, in this case the film is appreciated also and is making money as well.”

Well, the film, which is based on touching storyline, has won over many hearts by the most emotional climax of the film dealing with love and two different religions. The actor surely wants people to watch the film but it should be tax-free.

The actor at the media meet said, “It should be made tax free but we also want the Government to earn money which they should utilize in country’s well being. I want the leaders to see the movie. The heads of countries are dealing with such issues every day.”