MUMBAI: Bollywood actor and filmmaker Satish Kaushik have shared that superstar Salman Khan was not at all fond of all the stalking which was a part of 'Tere Naam', the film which contains one of his finest work of acting as Radhe.
Kaushik who was recently seen celebrating his birthday was seen remembering the time when he shot this film with Khan. The actor said that Salman knew the audience would praise the film, but was worried that the messaging of the film is wrong.
The film Tere Naam was also the debut of actress Bhumika Chawla, who played Khan's love interest in the film. The film was based on Radhe, an obsessive lover and an incompetent college drop out who falls for Chawla's character.
Although the film, Kabir Singh starring Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani followed a slightly similar premise, it received more criticism for romanticising violence.
When asked about the aforementioned matter, Satish mentioned in an interview, "We must ensure that such negative characters or those with shades of grey are not shown winning in the end." He also talked about the ending of the film directed by him, which featured Salman Khan's character Radhe ending up in a mental asylum. "As a viewer and filmmaker though, I believe that all kinds of characters, positive, negative and those with grey shades should be shown in the cinema, but it’s necessary to not show negative or grey characters winning in the end, like in Tere Naam," Kaushik concluded.