Aayush Sharma Confessed That Salman Khan Won’t Settle For Less And Is A Wonderful Mentor

Salman Khan is known for many reasons in the film industry and one of them is launching the new talents. He is a godfather to many actors in Bollywood. And this time, it's his brother-in-law, Aayush Sharma, and newbie, Warina Hussain. Aayush and Warina are going to debut with Salman Khan's Loveyatri which will be a cute love story. The movie which is creating buzz with its foot-tapping numbers like Dholida, Chogada, promises to be a family entertainer and we are waiting for the release.

Earlier, LoveYatri was the title of the movie but it got changed for some reasons. Addressing the same he said in an interview with a leading daily, “There was nothing offensive about that title. It’s a beautiful love story, but some people were offended by the name, and they said it was wrong, so we changed it”.

In a recent interview with Aayush, Warina and director, Abhiraj Minawala, many new spicing contents came under our knowledge. Aayush while talking about Salman Bhai said, "He was involved in the initial part of the film. He gives full creative liberty that, go find your own music. He gave us a few inputs about the music, so after finding everything we’d just lock it with him. Over and above he has been a very free producer. I think the only brief he gave us when we started the film was, make a nice family entertainer that everybody can watch. And make a young film! He never came, never visited us on the set. Thank God for that! I don’t think I’ll be able to perform if I see him sitting at the monitor."

When further probed if Salman is one who wouldn't settle for less, Aayush revealed that he would not compromise saying, "He is my mentor, my teacher and as a teacher, he is not very easy. He was difficult (to please). He wouldn’t settle for less when it comes to teaching. Or when it comes to training. He was pleasantly surprised when Abhiraj showed him the rushes of the film. He said, ‘I thought I might have to come and save the film but right now it doesn’t seem like it needs any saving. It’s on right track'," the actor added.

Director Abhiraj also said, "I think the support we have got from Salman sir has been fantastic. We got a free hand. He told me one thing, ‘Dil Se picture Banao and just make the film you’re happy with.’ He has been a great producer, jo manga who Diya and we used to feel zyaada toh nahi de rahe. We should control at our end."

Well, we all know, how our Salman Bhai is! That's why 'He rules many hearts'.

by Soniya Kaur | Thu, Oct 04 - 12:15 PM

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