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“It can’t be Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar … It’s me”

Salman Khan on his impeccable chemistry with Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani and her main ladies (photo credit – always)

Salman Khan’s films are filled with entertainment, entertainment and his fantastic chemistry with actresses. In a few days, we will be able to see his release from this year’s Eid, Radhe. Salman got on the promotion train as he interacted with the media today about the film.

From his chemistry with Katrina Kaif, Sonakshi Sinha and now Disha Patani to the much talked about kissing scene in Radhe, Salman was at his best in the interview.

Asked about his impeccable chemistry with his top ladies, he said it exists because ‘it’s him’. Salman said, “Me… it’s me; it can’t be Shah Rukh Khan or Aamir Khan, it can’t be Akshay Kumar, it’s me, mine!

Salman Khan was also asked if he had ever felt uncomfortable onscreen. To which he added: “I’m uncomfortable all the time in romantic scenes or on screen!” Even (with) Katrina (jokingly). The reporter continued to question whether the actresses are also uncomfortable. To which he replied: “Mere film ke andar aisa kuch hota nai hai jo uncomfortable kare…”

He also mentioned the inclusion of “duct tape” in the kiss with Disha Patani in Radhe and said, “Disha Patani is the idol of the nation, but I continue with duct tape. Strange man that I am.

A reporter continued with the following question: “Your fans were surprised …” to which he replied cheekily: “Me too …”

Meanwhile, Disha Patani spoke to us exclusively at length about dance conversations with director Prabhudheva, about having a fun environment on sets and so much more. Among other things, the actress spoke about the much talked about kissing policy of Salman Khan in Radhe.

She said, “We’re all actors at the end of the day, and the scene demanded it. I mean, once you see the scene you will understand. So yes, we just do what our managers ask us to do. I mean, he didn’t really kiss, so I don’t think he broke a rule or anything like that.

Disha Patani also spoke of a release amid the COVID pandemic. She said, “I’m very, very grateful that at a time like this we have a release. He’s been stuck for a year now. So, I am very grateful that it is finally coming out. Hope it reaches people and keeps them entertained, especially at a time like this.

How excited are you for Salman Khan’s Radhe? Share in the comments section below.

Must read: Salman Khan opens up on (not) kissing Disha Patani in Radhe: “I kissed duct tape, a strange man that I am”

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