MUMBAI, Oct. 10: Everyone knows that Salman Khan comes to a film's set with his own set of rules and regulations. The superstar had earlier even gone on record to admit that he will never play a negative character onscreen and liplock is a big no. Well, we all know just how stubborn he can be.
Recently, an insider close to Salman's upcoming film 'Race 3, informed a leading daily that the actor has already established a set of rules for the makers of the film to follow. A few of his rules include that the script should be funny, there should be no steamy scenes and no scenes involving drugs. The insider stated, "Salman has already asked the writers, director Remo D'Souza and producer Ramesh Taurani to make the film funnier. He wants more humour in the script."
"He wants the film to cater to family audiences. He doesn't want them squirming in their seats. He doesn't want even one steamy scene or something that people in the family cannot watch together," the source further added. Salman apparently also asked the makers to tweak a scene which involved his character dealing with drugs. "There was a scene, which involved Salman's character dealing in drugs. That has been chopped off now because Salman does not want to set a bad example for his fans, especially kids and youngsters who follow him. Therefore, the drug-peddling angle in the story too has been nixed," the source revealed. TOI
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