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Ban me, says Salman

Salman Khan, who's the talking point of IIFA this time because of his devil-may-care attitude, is not concerned about the brickbats he is getting for attending IIFA.

entertainment Updated: Jun 06, 2010 12:17 IST

SalmanSalman Khan, who's the talking point of IIFA this time, because of his devil-may-care attitude is not concerned about the brickbats he is getting for attending IIFA.

On being asked to comment on the statement made by the Vice President of Tamil Film Producers' Council, A Prabhakaran, that the actor should be banned, he said, "they should ban me then."

Anbalaya Prabhakaran had expressed his displeasure regarding the presence of Salman Khan at IIFA fest despite his warning. He asserted that Salman Khan should be banned for attending IIFA. He was quoted as saying by Headlines Today, "it's a graveyard, and he wants to go there and dance".

"He should be banned," Prabhakaran went on to add.

And Salman, apparently couldn't care less!