Bollywood’s��Bhaijaan,��Salman Khan is fondly known for two things, the first being this nickname he has been given by fans and the second, his infamous shirtless avtaar. However, the popular actor admitted to feeling violated while walking out in a langot on the sets of ‘Sultan’, almost reducing him to tears.
Indian Express��has reported that the actor delved in his experiences of shooting for the movie at the trailer launch, “While I was walking from my van to the shooting spot, there were tears in my eyes. I felt violated. You ask me to go shirtless or wear a short, I will never be ashamed but wearing a langot was difficult. Thank god people got used to the visual later on.”
When queried as to what he found the most difficult aspect of Sultan, the ‘Maine Pyar Kiya'(1989) actor shared, “Wearing a langot was the most difficult thing for me in the movie. I can now understand how difficult it is for actresses to wear swimsuit and shorts.”
Apparently, the actor reminisced that it was a cheering crowd consisting of 5,000 people screaming ‘Bhai, Bhai’ in encouragement is what triggered Khan’s apprehensions of wearing a langot whilst shooting. Strengthening his resolve to wear one, the actor revealed he even warned everyone present on set not to laugh or tease after seeing him in the wrestling undergarment.
‘Sultan’, which also stars Anushka Sharma as the female protagonist, is set to release on 6th July.