Reportedly, Salman Khan has become more conscious about his movies, after the debacle of Veer. "When I put my foot down sometimes, I hope I am not taking advantage of my stardom and that's a big guilt. Eventually, what the audience first watches is only me in the poster, so I will be held responsible for everything," Salman told to IANS.
"So we also have to see that in just being polite, the film doesn't go for a toss. Aamir (Khan) does it very correctly. Now I have started making it clear right in the beginning. I make sure that the final cut goes with my approval. After Veer, I have started doing this," he added. Well Sallu miyaan, no wonder, you have learnt the art of taking advantage of your rocketing stardom, and possibly, this is the reason why your recent movies are doing wonders at the Box Office.
The actor revealed that he wasn't happy with Veer, since it was too long. "I was not happy with Veer when they showed me the film. I cut down the film to one hour and 55 minutes, and eventually they released the film as a two hour and 30 minute-film, which is not a done thing," Khan said.