Salman Khan says new generation artists need to work hard to achieve stardom

Salman Khan


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Superstar Salman Khan says the era of stars will never end, however new generation artists need to work hard to achieve this fame as the stars of their era will not serve them on a platter.

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The names of Salman, Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgan have been included in the big stars of the 90s, who are still playing their danka in Bollywood. The 55-year-old actor said that young actors will have to work hard to achieve this fame. Salman said in an interview, ‘I have heard that people say that the era of stars is over. I have been hearing this for four generations. This is the last generation of stars.

“Obviously we will not leave it easily to the younger generation, we will not hand it over to them,” he said. They will have to work hard for it, as we are doing even after turning 50.

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The actor said that fame depends on a person’s choice of film and personality of a person. Salman said, “The era of stars will never go away. We will go, someone else will come. I don’t think the age of stars will ever end, it always will be. But it depends on many things. Which movie do you choose, how are you in real life. The younger generation will surely get this fame too.

The actor will be seen in the role of a Sikh police officer in his upcoming film “Antim”. Aayush Sharma is playing the role of a crook in this film directed by Mahesh Manjrekar. The film will release on the big screen on November 26.

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