Mumbai: Salman Khan, who is currently busy with the promotional activities of Kabir Khan's to-release film ‘Tubelight’ where he plays the lead role, has major breathing issues owing to which he had to turn down Kabir’s film because his character was supposed to represent different age groups in it.
In an interview with Film Companion, the actor revealed, “There was another script that he got to me that I didn’t want to do because I didn’t think I could play that character correctly. It had too much of hard work in that film. It had an older man and different age groups…I thought isme woh prosthetics wagera sab aajayenge. I have this breathing problem, I have a deviated septum so 87 per cent of my nose is blocked.”
The superstar was rumoured to age between 7 to 77 years in Ali Abbas Zafar’s ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’. While the female lead, Katrina Kaif, confirmed that he does not age at all in the film, we still wonder which movie Salman was talking about in this interview.
Directed by Kabir Khan, ‘Tubelight’ is slated to release on the auspicious occasion of Eid on June 25.
Watch the interview here:...