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Salman Khan finds new way to tackle his raped women controversy!

Salman Khan is facing criticism for her raped Woman statement. Several political parties, National Commission for Women and numbers of Bollywood fans across the country are criticizing him for his comment.

Salman Khan in Madrid, Spain during a chit chat at IIFA 2016
Salman Khan in Madrid, Spain during a chit chat at IIFA 2016

Salman Khan recently said during IIFA opening press conference in Madrid, Spain that I know it has been a long evening, so I will make it short, quick. It means actor decided to less talks and not intention to apology.

Salman said it is better if he talks less. As you know, during an interview Salman Khan was compared himself with a raped woman, a interviewer questioned about his condition after Sultan Shoot, actor did hard work for his action drama film Sultan, so he must tired badly but he sated it one line that he felt as raped woman which is really awkward a bit.

He is playing role of a wrestler in film Sultan (2016) directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and produced by Aditya Chopra under his home production company Yash Raj Films. Film’s trailer has been released, shows film’s potential, Salman Khan as Sultan Ali Khan is Haryana based wrestler appearing too real in his role and film’s music is also getting amazing responses.

The superstar is always in spotlight for his controversies but also popular for his charity and philanthropy. In 2015 he twitted and took a favor of 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon but deleted later.

His father Salim Khan apologized in both case, recently he said undoubtedly what Salman said is wrong, the example and the context. The intention was not wrong nevertheless apologize on behalf of his family his fans & his friends.

Before this controversy, many Indian sportspersons like cricketer Gautam Gambhir, Milkha Singh objected him as goodwill ambassador of the Indian contingent for the Rio Olympics. He is busy in Sultan’s promotion and going to perform in 17th edition of IIFA.

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