Salman Khan will be seen as a wrestler in "Sultan" and the actor has apparently worked very hard to get the required body and learn the nuances of wrestling. However, the most difficult thing for the actor was wearing a langot (truss) and appearing before a large crowd.
During the trailer launch of "Sultan," Salman revealed that sporting a langot was the most difficult task he faced while shooting for the movie and it had brought tears in his eyes. "The most difficult part was the langot. Now, I understand what the actresses go through when they wear swim suit. When I was told I have to wear a langot, I thought I can do that. When I reached there, we saw like a 5,000 crowd and I was like no way I am doing this. While I was walking out of the vanity van, I was in tears. I felt violated (sic)," Salman eas quoted as saying by Indo-Asian News Service.
Salman, who has been seen shirtless on-screen many times, further said, "I was never ashamed while removing my shirt but this was the most difficult thing and thank God, people got used to it." The actor also said that most of the shooting was done in real locations, which are always better than artificial sets, but they are also difficult to manage.
The movie, "Sultan," also features Anushka Sharma and the actress also plays the character of a wrestler. The trailer of the film was released on May 24 and fans are now eagerly waiting for the film to hit the screens on Eid this year.
Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, "Sultan" also stars Randeep Hooda as Salman's wrestling coach and Amit Sadh in another pivotal role.