[tps_footer]With only fifteen days left for the release of his next home production Jai Ho, Salman Khan is a busy man as he has made it very clear that he neither has any interest in AAP nor had he anything to do with the Aam Aadmi Party.
Now this issue came up because in the film there is a song with the lyrics Aam Aadmi Udaas Hai, Baaki Sab First Class Hai (the common man is sad, but everything else if rocking). Salman who is on the move to promote his film Jai Ho appealed to all political parties not to use the lyrics of his Aam Aadmi song.
Salman in very clear words stated: “My film has nothing to do with the Aam Aadmi Party nor with any movement. If the system is corrupt, let the aam aadmi raise his awareness instead of blaming others. I fail to understand why the aam aadmi needs leaders to guide him.”
Salman sounded a bit upset and hurt when he was constantly asked questions relating to the Aam Aadmi Party. He said, “I would appeal to all political parties including AAP not to use my dialogues on Aam Aadmi in the film. My film Jai Ho is full of action, drama, romance and emotions and I would request people to watch the film.”
Asked whether he would support the Aam Aadmi Party in the coming days, Salman immediately said that Arvind Kejriwal has won the election in Delhi, but then he will have to prove himself.
Salman has a close association with his audiences and he shares a bond with them, thanks to which he has beaten both Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan on account of the number of fans who follow these super stars on social networking sites.
Now all eyes are set on January 24, 2014 the day Jai Ho releases and the one question thats on everyone’s mind is: Will Jai Ho match up to Chennai Express and Dhoom 3 at the Box Office?
Well the countdown has began.