Salman Khan discusses his Hichki moment with Rani Mukerji: I used to take my work very casually
Salman Khan reveals his biggest Hichki was when he used to take his work as play, which he got rid of just recently.
It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that Salman Khan is the biggest superstar in Hindi film industry today, with a massive fan following and an impressive box-office success rate. Having delivered some of the highest-grossing films in the history of Bollywood — Tiger Zinda Hai, Dabanng, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Ek Tha Tiger to name a few — Khan is a Bollywood phenomenon, both in India and overseas.
The makers of Rani Mukerji’s Hichki are promoting the film uniquely by asking prominent personalities to share their untold weaknesses and how they eventually converted them into massive strengths. Khan also revealed his biggest hichki to Mukerji.
Richly complimenting Mukerji for her brilliant work in Hichki, he explains, "I used to have a hichki. I used to take my work very casually. Now, that has changed as I take my work with seriousness and sincerity. Because, now I have realised that nothing is better than work. Kaam se behtar kuch nahi hain. I guess all of you should also take your work seriously and appreciate every day that you are working."
Directed by Siddharth P Malhotra and produced by Maneesh Sharma under the banner of Yash Raj Films. Hichki is set to release on March 23.
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