Salman Khan recently spoke about the highs and lows of his career and why he considered himself fortunate
Salman Khan is definitely one happy man today and he has all the reasons to be so. On one hand, his show ‘Bigg Boss 17’ is going great guns and on the other hand, his film ‘Tiger 3’ has been raking decent money at both, India as well as the international box office as well. No wonder then, Salman Khan has always been termed as the man of all reasons and the man of all seasons. Even though he is one of the most successful states in Bollywood today, it just does not mean that he never had his share of downs, which is exactly what he had revealed in a recent interview.
Salman Khan, in an interview with India Today, spoke about the highs and lows of his career. He said that, when he had started working, even if he was not successful, he would have been happy with that. Citing an example of other people to drive home his point, Salman Khan said that, there were a lot of people who were 1000 times better-looking, talented, hard-working and have the jest towards their goals, and still… they have not made it. That’s why, he described that low being a high for 99.9 per cent of the population in the country. He also added that that's the reason why he thought it was not a low. He also stated that he had been fortunate by what God has bestowed on him and his family.
Speaking of Tiger 3, the film is doing decent business all across India as well as on the international levels. The latest update on the film is that it has now surpassed the magical Rs. 250 crores at the Indian box office. On the work front, Salman Khan recently revealed the name of the film as ‘The Bull’, which he is doing with Vishnuvardhan and Karan Johar. For the unversed, Salman khan will be seen in the role of a paramilitary officer in the film ‘The Bull’, which is being directed by Vishnuvardhan.