Salman Khan’s Strict Rules For Women In His Movie Sets !!

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  • Palak Tiwari
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CM / Updated: 2023-04-13
14:00 IST

Salman Khan is a renowned Indian film actor, producer, singer, and television personality. Palak Tiwari, the daughter of television actress Shweta Tiwari, is set to make her Bollywood debut in the upcoming film, “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan.” The film stars Salman Khan and features a talented ensemble cast, including Pooja Hegde, Venkatesh Daggubati, Jagapathi Babu, Shehnaaz Gill, and Raghav Juyal, among others. In a recent interview, Palak revealed some interesting details about working with Salman on the set of “Antim: The Final Truth” as an assistant director.

Salman Khan's Strict Rules
Palak Tiwari

Palak recalled that Salman had a rule about how women should dress on his film sets. She said, “When I was AD-ing with Salman sir on Antim, I don’t think many people know this, Salman Sir had a rule ‘Ki koi bhi ladki mere set pe, neckline should be here (for every girl on my set, the neckline should be here), all the girls should be covered, like good proper girls’.” Palak went on to explain that she followed Salman’s rule and dressed modestly while on set, which impressed her mother.

Salman Khan's Strict Rules
With Her Mother

Palak also spoke about Salman’s protective nature towards women on his sets. She said, “He’s a traditionalist… Of course, he’s like ‘Jo pehenna hai pehno (wear what you like)’, but he’s always like ‘My girls should always be protected’.” Palak revealed that Salman is concerned about the safety of women on his sets, especially around men whom they don’t know personally.

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Palak’s statement about Salman’s rule has sparked a discussion on social media about the objectification of women in the film industry. Some people have criticized Salman’s rule, saying that it reinforces patriarchal attitudes towards women and that women should be allowed to dress as they please. Others have defended Salman, saying that he is simply concerned about the safety of women on his sets and that his rule is not meant to objectify or control women.

Salman Khan's Strict Rules
Palak Tiwari

Palak’s upcoming film, “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan,” is directed by Farhad Samji and is set to release in theaters on April 21. The film is expected to be a commercial success, thanks to the star power of Salman Khan and the talented cast. Palak also has another project in the works, “The Virgin Tree,” co-starring Sanjay Dutt.

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Palak’s debut film is eagerly awaited by fans of Salman and Bollywood cinema in general. Her statement about Salman’s rule has sparked an important conversation about the treatment of women in the film industry, and it remains to be seen how the industry will respond to these concerns. As for Palak, she seems poised for success in the industry, and her talent and hard work are sure to earn her many more opportunities in the future.

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also read : Radhika Apte’s Bold Statement About Being Body Shamed During Initial Days Of Her Career!!

Salman Khan's Strict Rules
Salman Khan

Earlier, Former India cricketer and commentator Laxman Sivaramakrishnan recently expressed his disapproval of the use of traditional South Indian clothing in Salman Khan’s latest music video ‘Yentamma’ from the upcoming film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. In the video, Salman Khan and South Indian actor Venkatesh can be seen wearing bright yellow shirts and traditional South Indian mundus, while another popular actor, Ram Charan, makes a cameo appearance.

Salman Khan's Strict Rules
Salman Khan

Sivaramakrishnan shared his opinion on Twitter, stating that the use of the mundu in the video was “highly ridiculous” and “degrading the South Indian culture.” He also clarified that what was being shown in the video was not a lungi, as some people had suggested, but a dhoti, which is a classical outfit that should not be portrayed in a “disgusting manner.” The controversy surrounding ‘Yentamma’ raises important questions about the ethical and cultural responsibilities of artists and creators, as well as the role of audiences in shaping the media landscape.

As our world becomes increasingly interconnected and diverse, it is essential that we engage in respectful and inclusive dialogue about different cultures and traditions, and work towards promoting greater understanding and appreciation of our shared humanity.

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