Salman Khan has always been a ‘Dabangg' star and never shied away from speaking his mind. Staying true to his character in an interview held last week, when asked how he managed to shoot for such strenuous scenes bhai in a haste mentioned it felt like a ‘raped woman'. However, later he went ahead and apologized for his statement at that very moment.
But the entire quote was blown out of proportion and social media went berserk with hate remarks for their favorite star.
However on tuesday, Salim Khan appealed for forgiveness on behalf of his son on social media and wrote, 'Undoubtedly what Salman said is wrong, the simili, example and the context. The intention was not wrong. Nevertheless I apologize on behalf of his family, his fans and friends. Forgiveness is to pardon the unpardonable or it is no virtue at all. To err is human, to forgive divine. Today on Intl Yoga Day, let's not run our shops on this mistake.'
Despite his father asking for apology social media went ahead with the debate for and against Salman Khan.
He again later took to social media and posted, “ When the hate campaign against Salman was going on in debate no 1 debate no 2, fortunately for us there was no debate no 3 4 or 5.”
Dear friend the saying goes that ‘the good thing about bad things is that they also come to an end'. Needless for me to remind them that Hatred is a self-consuming emotion.
Well Salim khan did his bit. However, Salman never went ahead and apologized after the social media hate rant.
Media didn't stop here and often asked various celebrities about Salman's rape comment which turned into a national controversy. Most of the Bollywood celebrities from Sonam Kapoor to Sonakshi Sinha who have worked with bhai refused to comment over this issue.
Nevertheless, in a recent event, when Kangana, who's known for her outspoken personality, was asked about the controversy over Salman Khan, Kangana went ahead like a QUEEN and answered fearlessly by saying, “We all agree that it's a horrible thing to say, something that is extremely insensitive. But let's not encourage that mentality where we want to point fingers at each other and want to feel greater by running people down by trolling them. As a society we have to take responsibility and stand united. It's a disgrace for the whole society and not an individual.”
Well she didn't stop here; and added, “So, like what Salim uncle says is right, that we are all sorry about it. It's not about an individual. We all collectively feel sorry for that thought process.'
Well, Kangana wise enough to put that!