There’s no doubt that Salman Khan is one of the biggest names in Bollywood. The actor has a great fan following and even his weakest films manage to fare well at the box office, considering the star power he brings to the screen, as seen with Salman’s latest release Race 3, reports The Express Tribune.
But Race 3’s successful run was interrupted by the biopic of Salman’s good friend Sanjay Dutt. The recently released Sanju is based on the controversial life of the latter and has had broken numerous records in just two weeks.Now, it’s no breaking news that Salman – just like Sanjay – is no stranger to trouble. His own life has been exciting enough to warrant a biopic too. But speaking to Filmfare, the 52-year-old actor said he would not like to have a film like Sanju made about him.
Salman said, “My life is already out in the open. Sanju’s life is also in the open. But I don’t want a film to be made on mine.”
That clearly suggests he is currently in no mood for a biopic.
While Sanju is doing great business, viewers and critics are divided on how much the truth has been refined in the film.
Biopics seem to be the talk of the town and doing good business in the industry. In recent years, many films have been released that are based on the lives of real life heroes. Some of these include M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story based on the life of Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Priyanka Chopra’s Mary Kom and Aamir Khan’s Dangal.