Salman Khan launches newcomers Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain in his new production, LoveYatri, releasing October 5.
Aayush is his brother-in-law; he is Salman’s youngest sister Arpita’s husband. Salman takes us through LoveYatri, his own days as a newcomer, and also talks about his love at first sight experience: “It happens again and again!”
Sometimes, even our films don’t work well. When people ask me to do guest appearances and think the film would do well, it brings me back to earth. These cameos might just be a new element to sell a film, that’s why we do such things.
It brings us closer to each other as an industry and that’s a good thing. Sohail (Khan, his youngest brother) saw Aayush in a gym. If not me, somebody else would have launched him. He has been training and working really hard.
Because I worked with (director) Abhiraj (Minawala) in Sultan, I thought he was a very sorted guy. I knew this nepotism topic would crop up. He (Aayush) is the son of a politician. How can you put him into this nepotism thing? This is the only one place where nepotism cannot work at all.
I am a writer’s son.
Ajay Devgn is an action director’s son.
It’s the audience who decides what they like and what they don’t.
You may be the best looking guy or the best actor, but they may reject you.