One should have the 'courage' to accept his mistakes - Salman Khan
Salman Khan believes that it takes a lot of 'courage' to accept the mistakes made in his life and correct them
Salman Khan believes that it takes a lot of 'courage' to accept the mistakes made in his life and correct them. In a light-hearted conversation with Kabir Bedi at the launch of his memoir "Stories I Must Tell: The Emotional Journey of an Actor", Khan said there were many occasions in his life when it got difficult for him to take responsibility for his mistakes.
Salman Khan said, “The most difficult thing is to accept the mistakes made earlier. Everyone denies them. I am one of those people who is sitting right in front of you. I've always said 'I didn't do this.' He said, " but ', it takes a lot of courage to say that yes, I made this mistake and try to fix it."
Salman Khan said these things while reacting to Bedi's revelation that he has shared his life's mistakes and glory in the book.
The 55-year-old actor said that he too has made mistakes in life and has apologized with the intention that he will not repeat them. Khan said, “There have been times when I have made mistakes. I have come forward and apologized. Mistakes happen, but it's not okay to make the same mistake over and over again."
Salman Khan praised 75-year-old Bedi for sharing the story of his life through this memoir. Bedi said that in this book everything about his career, success, victories, failures, love and relationships has been talked about in detail.