Salman Khan confesses that he is not the right person to rule the country. Salman was seen doing charity works of various kind in this month, displaying his philanthropic mind. His critics argues that it is just is marketing gimmick to promote his latest flick Jai Ho.
Salman, hailed as Bollywood's wonder kid, said that media disturbs him talking about the unintended verbal connection of one dialogue in Jai Ho with the AAM ADMI PARTY. He said, "Ye pareshaan kar diya hai mujhe, aam aadmi ne. All the interviews are going very political. I really don't know what should I say. It's just a small dialogue in Jai Ho that has the words 'aam aadmi'. It has nothing to do with the Aam Aadmi party and it has got nothing to do with politics."
While quizzed about his charitable trust Being Human's plans for launching an initiative by which the public would get things in a less prices, he said that he doesn't have any plans like that. The reason being he doesn't get the production materials in a low cost. He explained, " We get a Rs 5 thing for Rs 15. So we don't have any plans for such an initiative. We are just doing health campaigns. In whichever state we are going, we are taking care of 100 heart patients.
"Reporters also poked Salman asking whether they would be seeing Salman ruling the nation,soon. To this humorous question, Salman replied,"I would not be the right person to rule the country. There are some politicians who are doing very good work, but at the same the time there are some who are not doing their work at all. So that is creating the problems for our nation."
The upcoming Jai Ho has to collect more than 500 crores in first week to beat the latest blockbuster, Aamir Khan's Dhoom 3's record and maintain Salman's status as the greatest crowd puller. Even though Salman maintains he is not interested in number games, Salman camp will be looking forward to beat Dhoom 3 in box office collection.