Bollywood super star Salman Khan has always been in limelight for all his ups and downs but the Dabangg Khan never bothered about what all nasty things were written about him. According to reports, in an interview with a leading agency, he said, “I don’t follow (criticism), it doesn’t bother me. Even right now they might be writing really nasty things about me, but I don’t get bothered because I am not reading it.”Salman is back hosting the eleventh season of Bigg Boss. Talking about the show, he said, when you become a celebrity, you have a responsibility. So you don’t want to go down that way. If you react to a common man (in a bad way) being a celebrity, people will say ‘look at him, this is not good.’ He went on to say, “Most of the people who have not been very well behaved in the Bigg Boss house have got no work at all. But people who have shown maturity, dignity, class, poise and some substance, they have always got work.” The actor also talked about infamous fight between him and ex-contestant Om Swami. On these lines, he said, “In the last season, I asked one (contestant) to leave the house and the team supported me on that decision. But I don’t take part in the phase of choosing contestants. If some characters go way off in the house, then that decision is mutual. It’s not good for the show.” On the work front, super star Salman Khan will next be seen in Tiger Zinda Hai directed by Ali Abbas Zafar along with Katrina Kaif.
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