“I think those who order it (war) should be put at the front, and be given guns and told to fight. It will be over in a day. Their legs will start trembling, their hands will start shaking and they will be back to the discussion table,” Salman Khan said during the promotion of his upcoming movie Tubelight.
The actor however has claimed that the statement was purely based on his movie and not on the people of his nation, who apparently have started criticizing Salman for praising the power of the Pakistan Army in comparison to that of India’s.
Salman Khan was CLEARLY talking in context of his movie, prestitute twisted it! pic.twitter.com/IBe36Z9SfU
— TUBELIGHT – 23rd Jun (@SunnyShines_) June 14, 2017
He further clarified that the tension between Pakistan and India could only be dealt in an appropriate and mature manner, hence in the shape of a formal and understanding conversation between the ruling governments.
Salman Khan had come about with the scrutinizing statement for the Indians, when he said in the press conference that people who want to wage war with Pakistan should be sent to the borders – suffer the extreme and see the end of war in just one day. According to Salman Khan, his only purpose of claiming this statement was to put forth the thought that the war situation could only be dealt and resolved in a peaceful manner.