Mumbai: Salman Khan today dismissed reports that he was averse to acting in remakes after his recent movie 'Jai Ho', which is the remake of Chiranjeevi-starrer Telugu film 'Stalin', failed at the box office.
"I will do remakes. Who said I won't do them? I never said that I won't do remakes. Whenever a good remake comes up, I will do it, but my forthcoming movies are of a different kind," Salman said, at the launch of a music album by playback singer and song writer Armaan Malik, who made his debut in 'Jai Ho'.
"Both the sons of music composer Daboo Malik -- Armaan and Amal are amazing. I hope they go a long way. Their parents have done a lot for these two kids and I am sure they will not let their parents down," Salman said at the event.
Salman Khan dismissed reports that he was averse to acting in remakes after his recent movie 'Jai Ho' failed at the box office.
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