In a recent conversation with IANS, Salman Khan talked about the concept of his movies. He emphasized that even though he didn’t do "meaningful films" but his movies carry "huge messages".
On being asked if he was willing to play a villain in the future, Salman replied, "Villain? I can’t. I don’t want to because if I play it really well then people will get impressed by me and they will start behaving like villains. What I am doing in films... my films have huge messages in them...all my films. The message is that keep away from the wrong and do the right thing.
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Then referring to his dialogues from films, he asked what can be a bigger message than "Swagat nahi karoge hamara?" or "Mujh par ek ehsaan karna, ki mujh par koi ehsaan na karna" or "Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, fir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta".
It was in 1988 that Salman made a splash in Bollywood as an actor with Biwi Ho To Aisi. The Maine Pyar Kiya star added muscle to his filmography with hit films like Karan Arjun, Judwaa, Biwi No.1, Wanted, Dabangg and Kick that presented him as the quintessential hero.
He also spoke about the turning point in his professional life and was quoted as saying, "All the big hit films, as well as the disaster ones, have been turning points."