Salman-Arbaaz don't endorse adult content for 'Dabangg 2'
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He has been delivering a series of blockbusters, especially in last couple of years, and one thing that Salman Khan is being conscious about is ensuring that each of his films caters to family audience. Though 'Dabangg' did have a hint of some tongue in cheek humour (remember 'Hum Tum Mein Itne Chhed Karenge.....'?), by and large he has stayed away bringing anything in his films that reeks of adult content.
"Same is the case in 'Dabangg 2' as well", says a prominent crew member, "Yes, there is some naughty humour that goes with Chulbul Pandey. However even that would be subtle and there won't be anything vulgar about it. Thodi masti rahegi, thoda funny rahega but there won't be any place for toilet humour."
In fact Salman as well as Arbaaz Khan was conscious about this fact due to which there was a slight alteration done in the theatrical promo compared to the one (with Salman getting into his naughty self) which went online.
"As a character Chulbul Pandey is intrinsically naughty and since the film is set in the UP-Bihar belt again, the core of the stage and setting has to remain intact. However that doesn't mean that the Khan brothers are compromising on the 'clean' tag with which they wish to release 'Dabangg'," the crew member continues, "Neither is there any bad language nor any hint of skin show. Even the item song 'Fevicol' doesn't have any vulgarity to it. You can't expect that either with Kareena Kapoor in there."
With the most intimate moment between Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha also being restricted to a mere peck on the cheek, and that too rather symbolically, guess 'Dabangg 2' could well end 2012 on a 'clean' note.