Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Excitement among fans of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has reached the zenith following the release of his latest peppy number ‘Yentamma’ from his upcoming movie ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ka Jaan .' Apart from associating with Ram Charan and Venkatesh Daggubati while grooving to the song cladding lungi, Sallu has donned a new avatar with long hair leaving everyone in awe. 

Sallu, fondly referred to as Bhaijaan by his fans, drives everyone crazy with his shirtless pictures while flaunting his chiselled body since decades. However, Bhaijaan had set some rules on the sets of Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ka Jaan for women’s dressing.

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TV diva Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari seems to be quite excited about her Bollywood debut with the movie. Though a multi-starer movie, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan has a healthy share for all characters. 

Recently, while speaking about her experience of working with Salman Khan, Palak revealed that he enforced certain rules on the sets of the movie. 

During an interview with Siddharth Kannan, Palak revealed that 'Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan' is not the first movie she has worked on with Salman. She had earlier worked with him in Antim: The Final Truth as Assistant Director. 

Furthermore, she revealed that Salman had enforced a rule on the sets for all the female crew members. 

Palak was quoted as saying, “Salman Sir had a rule 'Ki koi bhi ladki mere set pe, the neckline should be here, all the girls should be covered, like good proper girls.”

Further, she added, “So my mom saw me (going to set) in a proper shirt, jogger and covered and all. She was like, 'Where are you going? How are you dressed so well?' I said I am going to Salman Sir's set. She was like 'Wow, very good'.”

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Revealing more about such a gesture of Salman, Palak said, “He’s a traditionalist. Of course, he’s like, ‘Jo pehenna hai pehno,’ but he’s also like my girls should always be protected. If there are men around who he doesn’t personally know, it’s not his personal space where he doesn’t trust everyone, he’s like, the girl should be safe, always.”

Certainly, such a gesture by Salman and his concern for the female crew members is appreciable.