Salman Khan, who is known for introducing many fresh faces in Bollywood, is launching his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma in Abhiraj Minawala's directorial debut 'Loveratri', which also marks the Bollywood debut of Warina Hussain. Recently, at the trailer launch of the film, Salman revealed that he was kind of pissed with Aayush before the young lad signed Loveratri.
The superstar revealed that the debutant actor rejected around 9-10 film scripts before agreeing to do this film. That's surprising, isn't it? Scroll down to read what Salman had to share.
You Don't Say No To Salman
Speaking about why he was pissed with Aayush, Salman said, "When Abhiraj (Minawala) and Aayush (Sharma) heard the story, they agreed to do the film. Before that, I was getting kind of pissed off with him (Sharma) because I sent him about 9-10 scripts but he didn't like those."
Salman On Why Aayush Agreed To Do Loveratri
"After hearing this script, he told me that I see myself playing this character, while I didn't see myself playing those characters... So, that's how we moved ahead with this film," the superstar revealed.
This Is Why Salman Decided To Produce Loveratri
"Love is supreme and ultimate. You love your family, girl friend, wife, brother, sister and friends, and sometimes we fight with them. But during festival times or at a time when the person needs you emotionally or in bad times like illness or accident, everyone comes back and stands together and forgets all the enmity. That's how I thought of making a film with festive background."
Does A Newcomer Face More Pressure When It Comes To Delivering Hit?
To this, Salman said, "Yeah...it's a big challenge and the challenge is not to launch that person but it lies in what he or she will do to survive in the industry. In the times of Mr Bachchan (Amitabh Bachchan), they could survive lots of flops and today after one or two flops, it's like over for you."
Salman Feels The Younger Generation Is Really Talented
Salman further added, "I think Bachchan Sa'ab got his first hit in the form of Zanjeer when his 12-13 films had flopped at box-office. So, launching is okay because you believe in the script and the actor. Now, I feel younger generation is really talented. They act really well, they have amazing bodies, they look good and they do dance and action phenomenally. So you know that these guys are going to make it. But, god forbid, if the film does not do well, then you need to stand by them and support them."
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