On his film sets, Salman Khan has made it clear that he forbids ladies from wearing low necklines. The Bollywood icon said that males are to blame for the way they treat women and refer to their bodies as “precious” in their remarks.
Palak Tiwari, Salman's co-star in “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan,” said that the “Dabangg” superstar had one rule on how ladies should wear on the “Antim: The Final Truth set.” Salman had reportedly said that “all the girls should be covered, like good proper girls,” she remembered.
Salman was a guest on the talk programme “Aap ki Adalat,” where presenter Rajat Sharma criticised him for having “double standards.”
“Jab aap ek decent picture banate ho toh sab jaake dekhte hai pure parivaar ke saath,” Salman said. No such thing as a double standard. I believe that aurato ki jo bodies are quite valuable. In that case, woh jitni dhaki huyi hongi mujhe lagta hai ki better hai.
Yeh ladko ka chakkar hai, yeh ladkiyon ka chakkar nahi hai. Aapki behene, aapki biwio, and aapki maao ko are three things that Jis Hisaab's ladke ladkiyon ko dekhte hai. I don't want kids to experience this, woh mujhe accha nahi lagta.
He said, “I try not to give such men the opportunity to'stare at the heroine' when I make films.”