People seeking 2 minutes of fame
According to Salman, there is nothing objectionable in the film because of which a controversy can be created
Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan, who returns in his popular cop avatar of Chulbul Pandey in Dabangg 3, has reacted to the ongoing storm over the 'Hud hud Dabangg' song saying a certain section of people is trying to gain publicity by dragging the number unnecessarily into a controversy.
"Earlier, we did a film (Bajrangi Bhaijaan), there was a controversy regarding its title but it was dismissed. So, such controversies are part and parcel of this industry. I don't think there is anything objectionable in the film because of which a controversy can be created," said Salman, at the launch of the 'Munna badnaam hua' song of Dabangg 3 in Mumbai recently.
"It ('Hud hud Dabangg') is our song since the beginning. People are just trying to get two minutes of fame by linking themselves with us. They try to gain some publicity out of it and they get it too," added Salman.
Dabangg 3 landed in controversy when a Hindu outfit and sections of social media objected to a sequence in the title song that shows saffron-clad sadhus dancing with guitars.