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PostSubject: 'I've never beaten Ash' says Salman   Fri Feb 21, 2014 4:54 am

'I've never beaten Ash' says Salman

By: S Ramachandran
Mid Day Sep 18 2002

Salman Khan walks into the sets of Tere Naam. He is a bit angry. He has just heard about an article about him beating up Aishwarya Rai and abusing Aziz Mirza and Shah Rukh Khan in Mid Day.
After sitting next to director Satish Kaushik, he asks for a copy, goes through it again and again reading it aloud. Then he takes off his shirt and walks around with bodyguard in tow. The producer Sunil Manchanda then talks to him and brings him for an interview.
Salman puts his shirt on and fields questions. His answers are laced with sarcasm as he also enjoys a bit of his wit as he answers questions about his work and personal life. Excerpts from an interview.

Why did you sign Tere Naam?
Because I had no work. (laughs). I liked the script. It is a very good film.

Tell us about working with director Satish Kaushik?
Pappu Pager? (Kaushik’s name in a few films). He is a very sweet guy. This is my first and last film with him (laughs).

We believe that the music by Himesh Reshammiya is very good.
Indeed. The music will kick ass. It is very melodious and has a lot of lyrical value.

What is your role in Tere Naam?
There is a boy who falls in love with a simple girl and goes out of his way for her. He loses everything in life including his friends. But he gets the girl in the end. He has been regarded like a total untouchable. But suddenly his worth is known when he goes ahead and gives his life for the girl. She thinks he is wrong, but she realises everything about him in the last 15 minutes.

Is it same in your personal life? Do you feel that you have been misinterpreted too?
Not at all. People understand me very well, especially the press. (laughs)
Don’t you feel the need to clarify?
I don’t need to go and explain anything to anyone. My family and people who know me know the truth. I don’t need to tell anyone what has been happening. But all these things said and written about me add up. I let it go as a part of life.
What would you compare Tere Naam to?
It is a film in the genre of Ek Duuje Ke Liye or even Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. But I did not agree with the ending in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. Sanjay Bhansali told me that he wanted a depressive high. But frankly, I feel that love is above all traditions. But if you are making a traditional film, then f*** love.

Nandini (Aishwarya) should have left her husband and gone with the guy she loved (Salman). Her husband (Ajay Devgan) was like god to her for what he did. If I had made Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, I would have let her go with the guy she loved.
What is your take on love?
I don’t think that there is a word called love. There is a word called ‘need’. A girl will not reciprocate the love, till she feels the need for the guy. Even if he says that he wants to jump off the cliff, she will ask him to go ahead and do it.
What about the love in Devdas?
That is not love. It is a film about a loser. The writer of the book himself realised that he had destroyed an entire generation.

Why didn’t you do Devdas?
I was the last person to know that I am not doing Devdas. I did two films with Sanjay Leela Bhansali. By the end of that, he had outgrown me. He needed a much better actor to play the role.
What about Aishwarya? Did she fit the role?
I have not seen Devdas. But Sanjay felt that she was going through a lot of trouble and was suited for her character. Ditto with Shah Rukh and Madhuri. I am the only one who does not have any problems. So I did not get that role.
But you do get emotional…
Emotional problems don’t have any logic. If someone is emotional, he is. The person next to him is helping control his anger.
You have not been able to control your anger.
I do get emotional. But then I hurt myself. I have banged my head against the wall, I have hurt myself all over. I cannot hurt anyone else. I have only hit Subhash Ghai. Yet, I apologised to him the next day.
There are times when you do get out of control. That person hit me with a spoon, almost broke a plate on my face, pissed on my shoes and grabbed me by the neck. I could not control myself. And see what happened. Next day, I had to go and apologise.
I have not beaten up anyone else.
What about the story in Mid Day? Is it true?
Every word of it is true. I don’t want to clarify anything.

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