Nepotism debate was sparked after Sushant Singh Rajput's demise. From the film industry to the television industry, everyone has put their thoughts on the heated topic. Recently, Salman Khan also talked about nepotism on his popular television show, Bigg Boss 14.
Bollywood Bhaijaan talked about nepotism during the BB 14 Weekend Ka Vaar episode. He spoke about the nepotism accusation made by the show contestant Rahul Vaidya on his co-contestant Jaan Kumar Sanu, son of Kumar Sanu. Recently, Jaan Kumar Sanu got evicted from the show.
During the show, Salman Khan opened up about the incident when his father and screenwriter Salim Khan refused to help him with work.
The Radhe actor said that his father had easy access to the film fraternity but he didn’t help him in getting access to the films.
While narrating the incident, Salman had said, “My father Salim Khan had access to producers. They all used to come and visit our house. I wanted to become an actor at that time, so I approached him and asked him to talk to one of the producers.”
According to reports in DNA, Salman said that his father refuted his request by saying ‘no’. The 54-year-old actor said, “He said no, I can ask them to cast you, but then you would never know what success tastes like. What is the use of such a talent if you have to pitch it to others? Let your talent speak for yourself. They would automatically come and visit you.”
Thanks to Salim’s inspiring words that Salman took seriously and became a superstar. Now, he is ruling the film industry and also opened his production house called Salman Khan Films. Salman has produced films like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Tiger Zinda Hai, Bharat, and Dabangg 3.
On the work front, Salman will next be seen in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. While his next film is Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali, which will be produced under his banner.
Recently, Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan turned 85-year-old on November 24.