Salman Khan wants ‘Chillar Party’ to be tax free

New Delhi: After giving back to back hits with `Dabangg` and `Ready`, Salman Khan is trying his best to make his children film `Chillar Party` tax free so that it is watched by everyone.

The actor was in Delhi for a special screening of the movie for Information and Broadcasting Minister, Ambika Soni.

"I hope that the movie is made tax free as I want everyone to watch it. It should be affordable for every family and I just want they don`t have to think twice before watching the movie," Salman told reporters.

The movie which is about a gang of innocent but feisty kids who lead a carefree and fun filled life but are forced to fight the big bad world of politics.

"It`s a very nice movie. Few people attempt to make such kind of cinema and Salman has done a great job. Movie shows, how determined kids are. They are full of passion and want to achieve so much in their lives. If kids in our country keep on working hard in their lives, then our country will definitely reach great heights. I would ask each and every kid to go and watch this movie once," Soni said.

On being asked whether the movie will be made tax free she said, "I will definitely talk to other ministers, so that we can make the movie tax free but, I alone can`t take any decision."

The movie also has an eye catching item number by actor Ranbir Kapoor, who dances on the tunes `Tai Tai Fisss`.

"I loved the item number. I think Ranbir has done a fantastic job," said Salman, who has produced the movie.


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