Salman Khan says the media hates him because he avoids talking to it, and he avoids talking to it because it never gets what he says right!
Khan, 42, was in New Delhi to promote his film Yuvvraaj which released on November 21. When asked to explain his love hate relationship with the media by a reporter, Salman said: "You hate somebody because that guy doesn't come on camera and speak because he doesn't want to say something and then have misinterpretations to it and eventually wrong stories being cooked up, it's been an unfair fight with media."
Salman's dry sense of humor was evident through out his interaction with the media.
Asked who had the best six packs in the industry at this point of time he took a dig at Yuvvraaj director Subhash Ghai saying:
"Subhash ji has impressed me, I haven't seen something like that…we all have sick pack he has one sack."
On the professional front, Salman confirmed that a sequel to the Rajkumar Santoshi directed 1994 comedy, Andaz Apna Apna, headlining him and Aamir Khan, maybe in the works.
"Yes we have spoken about it. The script has to be worked out in such a way that it has to be bigger and funnier than the previous one, Aamir is also keen about it and we are waiting for Rajkumar Santoshi to get back to us."