Bhaijaan Salman Khan has maintained that he will always keep a “clean” image as far as his production ventures are concerned, adding that content these platforms “is shocking”. Salman said, “One thing is clear in my mind. I just want to make clean, entertaining films.” The actor said that because of his upbringing, he has decided to “move into the Barjatya zone” with his films. Salman recently produced 'Notebook', in which actors Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal were launched.
“I'm constantly wondering if I'm doing the right thing or the wrong thing because there are bizarre trends today. The kind of films that are being made are shocking! I can't even watch the stuff, but people are watching it,” Salman said. He said he understands if people want to watch such content in privacy, but he can't manage it even when he's alone. He said he still gets awkward when a kissing scene happens, and he is surrounded by others. “See it whichever way you want, but I will put my heft behind clean cinema,” he said.
“Instead of ones and twos coming in to watch movies, I'd rather want our banner to have films where people know they will have the naughtiness, humour, action, and romance, but all of us can watch them together. That's what I want to keep it to. If there's even an 'A' rated picture, then it will be because of action. I'm not for kissing and nudity in films at all,” Khan said. On the work front, the actor has two releases lined up for 2019. Eid will see the release of Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Bharat' starring Katrina Kaif. He will reunite with Sonakshi Sinha with 'Dabangg 3' in December.