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Salman Khan: I Was in Tears While Shooting Emotional Scenes for 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'

According to Salman, \"Bajrangi Bhaijaan\" is about simple and real characters set in a larger than life backdrop as director Kabir Khan likes to keep it as real as possible.

Published: 23rd June 2015 08:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd June 2015 08:36 AM   |  A+A-

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Salman Khan, who is not known to delve deep into his characters, had a different experience while shooting for director Kabir Khan's "Bajrangi Bhaijaan." The actor confessed that even though he generally prefers not to make too much effort while shooting emotional scenes, when shooting for "BB" he felt the emotions a lot more. In fact, Salman, who prefers using glycerin, didn't have to use it in many scenes as he actually ended up crying.

"Generally we actors see the film during the editing or dubbing. But during this film when I was shooting, the first time narration of the film would come back to me again and again. Before sound, camera and action I would be normal, and during the emotional moments tears used to come out. So usually, talking about me, I work without really feeling the emotion and using glycerin and to make it work. It looks ok on screen so why should I work hard? But in this film I didn't even do that. I would turn around and tears would be flowing down my cheeks," said Salman during the launch of the film's trailer.

According to Salman, "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" is about simple and real characters set in a larger than life backdrop as director Kabir Khan likes to keep it as real as possible.


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