Palak Tiwari, who is all set to make her Bollywood debut with Salman Khan‘s upcoming film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, recently caused a stir with her comments about the actor’s rule about women’s clothing on set. However, she has now come forward to clarify her statement and clear up any misunderstandings.
In an interview with Siddharth Kanan, Palak had stated that when she was an assistant director on Salman’s film Antim, the actor had a rule that all women on his set should have their necklines covered. She mentioned that she followed this rule and was praised by her mother for dressing appropriately.
Palak Tiwari Clarifies Statement About Salman Khan’s Rule on Low Necklines
However, in her latest statement, Palak clarified that her words had been misunderstood. She said that she had set certain guidelines for herself regarding how to dress around senior individuals whom she idolizes, including Salman Khan. She also added that Salman’s rule was not a personal one but rather a measure to ensure the safety and protection of all women on set.
Palak described Salman as a traditionalist who believes in protecting women, especially if there are men around whom she does not know personally. She also mentioned that Salman allows women to wear whatever they feel comfortable in but that he wants his “girls” to always be safe.
Palak’s clarification comes after her previous comments caused a stir on social media, with many criticizing Salman’s rule as outdated and sexist. However, Palak’s clarification sheds a different light on the situation, highlighting the importance of respecting one’s seniors and taking precautions to ensure safety on film sets.