The superstar Salman Khan undoubtedly crosses Rs.100 mark when it comes to the box office collection of his films. The actor says small-budget films deserve fair visibility in cinemas as they too involve passion and money.
“People make small films with a lot of passion, they put their own money in it and if these films are not supported, then they would never see the day of light and hence, lot of money is lost,” Salman said.
“For big films, this is a very small amount but when somebody is putting in his own hard earned money there, then it makes a lot of difference. There is passion, hardwork and money,” said the actor, who was at the music launch event of film Khwaabb.
“I think the small films should be given a fair chance to release and come in the theatres,” the Dabangg Khan added.
Sallu earlier supported the release of Vikas Bahl’s film “Chillar Party”, under his banner Salman Khan Being Human Production.