Salman Khan is back with another entertaining film, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. Ahead of its release, Salman says that at his young age he felt like taking some of his good roles at home and behaving like them, however, he quickly adds that there are some exceptions to it. "I still feel that when I see a film, I want to be like that person. I get very impressed by the goods and deeds that happen in the movies by the main leads," he told a popular website.
While his character of Chulbul Pandey from Dabangg largely impressed the audience, he can't behave like Chulbul at his home, else his dad would hit him and his mother would slap him. "I get very impressed by that so I try to take that back home. Even the films that I do, apart from that action. For example, Dabangg is a character. I can’t take that character back home. Radhe is a character, I can’t take back that character. I can’t walk around in front of my parents like Chulbul Pandey. My dad would hit me, my mom would slap me and my brothers and sisters would be embarrassed of me. So, I am at home as a son and as a brother," he added.
While Chulbul Pandey and Radhe are serious characters, Salman says he can't even enact his romantic roles in the real world. "I don’t take the flirting and the lovestory back home with the heroines, nor do I take all the action, beating up 50-60 people, chopper sequences. I don't have that in me. That’s a self obsessed or egoistic person. I know what my capacity is, I know how much I can do and I know how much the stunt double can do. I don’t take that back home but I take a bit of the goodness back," he concluded. Apart from Salman, Radhe also stars Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff and Randeep Hooda. The film will release tomorrow simultaneously in theatres and on Zee Plex.