Even today people like superstar Salman Khan for his action, but the reality is that Dabangg Khan’s career has emerged from romantic films. Salman has done many romantic films like Maine Pyar Kiya, Maine Pyar Kyun Kiya, Hum Aapke Hain Kon, Saajan and Tere Naam. Tere Naam, directed by Satish Kaushik, was released in the year 2003. The film handled Salman’s staggering career to a great extent and he appeared once again as a mass hero.
Salman’s character in the film was named Radhey and in some scenes he was shown talking with the heroine of the film in a street-like style of a street boy. Satish Kaushik recently told in an interview that Salman was suspicious of the film’s messaging from the beginning. After the release of the film, all the boys kept the hair style like Salman’s character in the film and there were reports from many places that the boys tried to talk in this way with the girls of the area.
According to the report, Satish Kaushik told, “During the shooting of the film, Salman Khan also told me that it will be liked by the audience but we are sending the wrong message. This will give the wrong message to the youth, which is not good.” It is obvious that Dabangg Khan had realized that seeing such things in the film, boys would also try to do something like this. Though Tere Naam was a tremendous hit, but there was a pity in the fact that perhaps even Satish Kaushik felt that messaging went wrong.
Salman Khan narrowly escaped an accident during the shooting
Few people know that when Salman Khan was shooting for this film, a big accident could have happened. It happened that Salman Khan had to walk on the railway track in a scene and the train had to come from behind him. Salman was so lost in the scene that he did not even notice that the train had come very close to him. On this, some people of the crew ran and pushed Salman, which averted a big accident.