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Revealed: The reason why Salman Khan wants Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif to watch Bajrangi Bhaijaan!
( Jul 20 2015 )
The film has a plot surrounding the problems between the two nations and the actor feels that things can improve if the leaders and people from both the countries watch the film.. Bajrangi Bhaijaan has been appreciated all over India and has even broken a few box office records, however the effect it has had on people, is much more than the money. Salman Khan believes that films should be used productively since it is a powerful medium. He says, “If we use Cinema to unite people and families or nations and religions, it will be very nice. The movies will go on, but what is the use of this medium if we don’t use it correctly. I have seen many people trying to create fights among religions and nations, but I don’t like that at all. We should use it for the betterment of relationships.” Salman Khan also wanted the Prime Ministers of both India and Pakistan to watch Bajrangi Bhaijaan. He had tweeted : “Wld lv n respect if the leaders of Indo-Pak see Bajrangi Bhaijaan bcoz lv for children is above all boundaries @narendramodi #nawazsharif” But what was the main reason for making the Prime Ministers watch the film? Salman Khan explains, “Yes, I wanted the leaders of both our countries to see the film, in fact I want everyone from both the countries to watch the film. I tweeted about it and I think the heads of the country are dealing with this problem all the time, so they will see the film, their hearts would melt and then they will maybe feel something and things will change. I didn’t get a response from them till now and I guess I will keep tweeting till I get a response.”
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