Daisy Shah says that her co-star Salman is often misunderstood by people.
Salman Khan and Daisy Shah in an intimate moment from the film Jai Ho. Check out more stills.
Salman Khan and Daisy Shah pair up for the first time in Jai Ho.
Salman Khan plays Jai Agnihotri who stands up for the cause of common man.
Salman Khan's much-awaited movie Jai Ho is set for release on January 24, 2014. Browse through stills from the film.
Salman Khan in an action sequence in Sohail Khan's Jai Ho.
The actor channels anger of a common man in the film.
Salman Khan rides a bike in a still from Jai Ho.
Actor Salman Khan at the launch of the first trailer of Jai Ho.
Salman Khan on Monday became the first customer of Audi's sporty spearhead Audi RS 7 Sportback in India. On who he will like to gift this car in Bollywood, the Dabangg Khan said Katrina Kaif would look good in the car, but he was not thinking of gifting it to her.
"Let's see who deserves it. May be to somebody who actually looks good in it... it would be Katrina (Kaif). I would not like to gift her though. Let somebody else gift it to her," the star said. Katrina and Salman were reportedly dating in the past. Katrina is now apparently dating Ranbir Kapoor.
The star called Audi a common man's car who wants to appear uncommon. In fact, common man is quite the leading motif in his public appearances just now.
'I will support AAP but they need to prove themselves'
Salman Khan's film Jai Ho deals with common man's fight against corruption. When asked if he supports Aam Aadmi Party led by Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, who also believes in the ideology of eradicating corruption, Salman said, "If someone does good work then we will support. They have to fulfill their commitment and prove themselves."
'Admire me from afar'
He also urged his fans to admire him from a distance. Salman had on Sunday visited Nagpur for the promotions of his upcoming film 'Jai Ho' when fans went crazy and chased him, leading to chaos.
"I request and advice all my fans to admire me from far because I can't see kids and everyone getting pushed and hurt. If all this keeps happening, I think I should stop visiting cities. I respect and appreciate their love and warmth."