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Salman ‘Tiger’ Khan ROARS: “They have to be lucky 100 times, I have to be once"

The actor was speaking to Rajat Sharma in an interview in the famous show ‘Aap Ki Adaalat’

Salman ‘Tiger’ Khan ROARS: “They have to be lucky 100 times, I have to be once"
Pic Courtesy: Official Instagram Account of Salman Khan

Last Updated: 02.21 PM, Apr 30, 2023


Salman Khan and ‘Eid’ always go hand in hand, as it is during this time of the year, when he gifts his fans with ‘Eidi’ in the form of his latest film release. This year, too, was no different. Even though many were extremely hopeful about Salman Khan’s latest release ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’, there were a few who were a bit skeptical about the film. With the film proving to be a hit at the box-office, it has definitely silenced many naysayers. Besides the film ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’, recently, Salman Khan has been in the spotlight of the news (since last year). This was in regards to the multiple death threats which he had received from the gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.

The ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’ actor has been provided with Y+ category security by the Mumbai Police. Addressing this topic, Salman Khan said, “Security is better than insecurity. Yes, security is there. Now it is not possible to ride a bicycle on the road and go alone anywhere. And more than that, now I have this problem that when I am in traffic, then there is so much security, vehicles creating inconvenience to other people. They also give me a look. And my poor fans. There is a serious threat that's why there is security.”

When Rajat Sharma asked Salman Khan about the increase in security that he is having these days, Salman Khan candidly replied, “Insecurity se better security hai”. Here, Salman Khan quoted a dialogue from his latest film
‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’. He said, “They have to be lucky 100 times, I have to be lucky once”. To this, Rajat Sharma said, “Even though the threat is really serious you don’t seem to be taking this threat seriously”. Salman Khan replied to this saying, “Whatever has been told to me, I am following and doing all of that. I have got to be very careful”. Rajat Sharma then, ‘reminded’ him about that he was going for shooting, award functions, Eid parties, Iftar parties, events... To which, Salman Khan said, “I do all of this with utmost security, Places like this, I know that there is no need of security as I know that I am totally safe (here). I also know that whatever is destined to happen, will happen, no matter whatever and however you may try.”. Salman Khan, then, pointing out to the sky, said, “I believe that He is there. At the same time, it also does not mean that, just because He is there, I start roaming around openly”.

Rajat Sharma then spoke about his earlier days when Shera was singlehandedly enough to take care of his security. To which Salman Khan said, “Now, I have got many more Sheras. (Referring to the increased security personnel who are with him these days), I myself am getting scared these days seeing the total number of guns which are walking with me! I have told the security people not to have the siren vehicle, told the driver to drive at a slow pace”.

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