As Salman Khan's recently released film “Bjarangi Bhaijaan” is roaring at the box office, the actor wants the film to be made tax free for the audience.
Salman Khan, reportedly, said that he does want the government to earn money from the film, but he wants that money should be used for a good cause, and if that is not possible, he wants the government to make the film tax free.
In fact the actor also urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Shari to watch the film, on social networking site, twitter.
Salman tweeted, “Wld lv n respect if the leaders of Indo-Pak see Bajrangi Bhaijaan bcoz lv for children is above all boundaries @narendramodi #nawazsharif.”
Bajrangi Bhaijaan, which is directed by Kabir Khan, is a story of a Pakistani girl who looses her way and ends up finding herself in India. It's then Salman Khan aka Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi, a peace loving Hanuman Bhakt, who takes on the responsibility to reunite her with her family in Pakistan.
The much-talked-about film was released on 17th July and did a business of 63.75 crore so far. Salman's "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" has surpassed his last Eid release "Kick" opening day box office total. From the UAE-GCC market, the film collected AED 1.1 million (Rs1.90 crore), which is higher than "Kick" total, according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh.
"#BajrangiBhaijaan takes UAE-GCC by storm. Collects AED 1.1 mn [₹ 1.90 cr] on Thu. Surpasses #Kick. Will get a big boost from today. FAB," he tweeted.