On Salman Khan’s comment about feeling like a raped woman owing to the gruelling shoot of his film, ‘Sultan’, Shah Rukh Khan refused to comment or was he interested in getting drawn into a controversy. He said, “Personally speaking, I don’t think I am anyone to be making a comment on this, I am so inappropriate myself. I have done some really wrong things myself in the last two years.”
However, Aamir Khan sounded more empathetic towards the cause and called Salman’s comment unfortunate and insensitive. “There’s wrestling which is common, nothing else. But I loved the look of ‘Sultan.’ It looks like an excellent film. I hope it does really well,” he added.
It was in June when Salman was talking to the media about the wrestling shots in ‘Sultan’ and said, “When I used to walk out of that ring, it used to be actually like a raped woman walking out.” Realising that he shouldn’t have made a comparison to a rape victim, Salman added, “I don’t think I should have.”
However, National Commission for Women demanded Salman’s apology for the comment and Salman’s father Salim Khan apologised on his behalf. The film is all set to release on Eid day, and yet the controversy refuses to die down.