Photographers, who have decided to boycott Salman Khan's
events after their alleged scuffle with his bouncers, were missing
during a press conference for Bigg Boss 8.
Salman, 48, had only a handful of photographers for the event.
"It is a lovely stand they have taken. I respect that. It is, in
fact, my loss. They are taking pictures of all but me so it is not
even their loss. I haven't banned them, they have boycotted me," the actor said.
When asked if he would like to make peace with the
photographers, Salman said they need to make peace with themselves
first. "I am fine with them, I am open to getting clicked but if
one wants to take pictures then it has to be done respectfully. It
can't become like a fish market," the Dabangg star
Bigg Boss season 8 is all set to air on September 21 on Colors
TV. Whether the event is covered or not the show is sure set to air
and Salman Khan is sure set to earn his alleged 5-crore-per episode
income, whom this costs in a long run is quit clear with this.
Let's wait and watch for how long the photographers stand their