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It's now good guy

R.V. MOORTHY

HE'S Hindi cinema's original "bad boy". And if one believes in destiny then SALMAN KHAN is destiny's child. Despite being bogged down by controversies of all kinds, Khan is not one to let things deter him. "I'm not one to celebrate my success or mourn my failures. I believe in working hard because nothing is for keeps," he said. Even though his name has been linked with various co-stars, Khan said he is not thinking of marriage yet. "I'm instinctive about these things so don't complain when it happens." Like his attitude to work. Khan is now keen to take on only "good guy" roles On not even thinking of doing passionate scenes in his films, Khan reacts, "Parents and grandparents watch these films at home." That sounds a bit coy but that's Khan unplugged for you.

SUCHITRA BEHAL

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