'Friend' Nawazuddin defends Salman's rape remark

entertainment | 23 June 2016 2:54 AM (UTC)
Richa Barua

Salman Khan, in a group interview to promote Sultan, said he felt like a "raped woman" while shooting the physically-gruelling shoot for the wrestling drama.


When asked about his take, Nawazuddin, who has worked with Salman in Kick and Bajrangi Bhaijaan told reporters here, "He used it metaphorically. The discussion is over now, so no use of repeating it and asking questions again." 



"According to me, intentions matter and I don't think his intention was like that," the actor said at the special screening of his film Raman Raghav 2.0 last night.


The statement has not gone down well with many, who have taken to Twitter to express their anger against the actor. Even actress Kangana Ranaut called the Dabangg star's comment "extremely insensitive".


While his father, scriptwriter Salim Khan, apologised on the actor's behalf, the demand for Salman to issue an apology himself has been growing from political parties, activists and social media users.

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