Salman Khan detests the idea of war

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As the promotions are on in full swing, Salman Khan as always has made some interesting revelations about his upcoming projects including Dabangg 3.

Salman Khan has often been in controversy for his comments, and the superstar has now been slammed for saying that India and Pakistan should settle the differences with talks rather than going for war. Their hand and feet will start trembling. Reportedly, the "Bhaijaan" of B-Town was accompanied by filmmaker Ramesh Taurani.

The actor has been busy promoting his upcoming film Tubelight, for which objective he was at the Mehboob Studios. We've only touched that. and basically convey that war should get over soon so that our soldiers come back to us and their soldiers go back to their country.

Salman and Sohail portray two brothers in the film who get separated due to war during the 1962 Indo-China war, as the brother in the Indian army gets captured by the Chinese army.

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Salman further said, "People who order war should be asked to go on war themselves. Nobody supports it, but it happens and nobody knows why" Sohail said. "In wars, many families are deprived of their sons and fathers", he said. Whatever discussions, conflicts, they are solved across the table. If we ask anybody about war, everyone said that war is a bad decision and also negative emotion. The show will feature Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar and Sugandha Mishra and will be aired on June 18, 2017.

Voicing a similar opinion, Salman's brother and co-actor Sohail Khan said, "Anyone you ask will not advocate waging a war".

Directed by Kabir Khan, the flick also stars Sohail Khan, Zhu Zhu and Om Puri.

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