'Tubelight' actor Salman Khan recently found himself in the middle of a brewing controversy after he commented on the current state of affairs. Salman at a recent promotional event said that "those people who order war, they should be given guns and made to fight. Within a day all conflicts will get over as their legs will start shaking."
However, this time rather than facing flak, a lot of people have come forth in Salman's support, the most prominent being various BJP and Congress leaders.
Expressing her agreement with Salman's statement, the BJP leader Shaina NC told that war is never a solution. Shaina said, "However, any decision related to this is for the Centre and the administration to take; it is not for us to comment upon. However, we must stand in solidarity with our armed forces."
Agreeing with Salman's statements, Congress leader Hidayathulla urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to promote peace talks between India and Pakistan. He further added that the current tactics that are being used by the Centre can be detrimental to the peace talks between the two countries.
"All Indians bat for peace between the two countries. Right now, China and Pakistan are trying to get Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Myanmar under their fold. This can be detrimental for India. The Centre should not express enmity at this point; they should resume the peace talks that had been carried out earlier," he added.
Set against the backdrop of the 1962 Indo-China war, 'Tubelight' stars Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, Chinese actress Zhu Zhu and late actor Om Puri in pivotal roles. A story of two brothers, 'Tubelight' is all set to release on June 23.