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If you have been a Bollywood buff for a while, you would be aware of Salman Khan and his Twitter posts from earlier last decade. From asking the gender of the ants to casually talking about his day, the superstar would indulge in some bizarre conversations that would set the internet talking. Admittedly, fans of Salman Khan miss that raw and candid Twitter conversations of the superstar. In a recent conversation during the promotions of Antim, Salman Khan was asked the same which set him laughing. He mentioned that today due to the advent of cameras and just other obligations, he has people overviewing all his posts.

Salman Khan even laughed about his old posts and mentioned that people would feel he has lost the plot if he continues to post something like that. Salman Khan shared, “Social media today has become so big and we have no freedom left. Jahan bhi Jao, pakde jaoge. I am in hunt for the person who put camera in the phone,” the Antim star joked.

He added, “Today, all the posts are checked by almost 15 people, from lawyers to everyone and they scrutinise and filter it. So, obviously I am unable to. If I start posting “What is the gender of the ant, they will feel i have lost the plot if I post what I did earlier,” he laughed wholeheartedly.

 

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Salman also mentioned how playing Rajveer Singh in Antim was a little scary for him because the character was very restrained compared to his other performances. He also expressed his gratitude to everyone who has been appreciating the film and Aayush Sharma especially. Mahesh Manjrekar and Khan even hinted at a prequel to Antim, which they are currently contemplating.

Antim has released in theatres.

Also Read: Salman Khan admits to feeling scared while playing Rajveer in Antim, find out why

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