Salman will apologize if needed: Arbaaz
In a recent press conference, Salman Khan’s interaction with media about his upcoming movie “Sultan” turned out to be a big blaze of fire creating havoc in the society. Salman was spotted saying that after his hectic wrestling shoots and schedules of training for Sultan, in which he is playing a wrestler a wrestler, apparently felt like “a raped woman”.
Salman’s statement, “When I used to walk out of the ring, after the shoot, I used to feel like a raped woman…” was what resulted in much heated outrage on all the social media platforms. But what went unreported was how Salman reacted after immediately after noticing the error in his comment.
Here’s what he said and what was reported which made the uproar on social media:
It was reported as, “When I used to walk out of the ring, after the shoot, I used to feel like a raped woman. I couldn’t walk straight.”
“When I used to walk out of that ring, it used to be actually like a raped woman walking out….I don’t think I should have (pauses). It feels like the most difficult….I couldn’t take steps. I couldn’t take steps,” said Salman.
Actor Arbaaz Khan on this issue first got upset and angry as to why is he being asked to react on all the issues related to his brother and then expressed his support towards ‘Dabang’ Khan saying, “Salman will apologize for comparing himself to a "raped woman" if he feels there is a need for it, as his intention was not wrong.” Arbaaz added, “It was a comparison... (Like) saying... I worked like a donkey. Now, will the usage of the word ‘donkey’ make animal activists upset?”
If Salman should have commented that way or if his comparison was inappropriate, that is a completely different case. But, the entire issue has its ultimate root cause being a wrongly reported clipping from the press conference.
Actor Salman Khan's brother Arbaaz Khan has said that Salman will apologise for comparing himself to a "raped woman" if he feels there is a need for it, as his "intention was not wrong". Arbaaz added, "It was a comparison... (like) saying... I worked like a donkey. Now, will the usage of the word ‘donkey’ make animal activists upset?"