When we caught up with Salman post the show, he said, “I was competing with myself. Every week, I strived to beat my own performance. It was a challenge for me. What was the most difficult part on the show? “Before every performance, I injured myself some way or the other and was never in my element. But after the finale and my win, I feel that it is all worth it. I can’t thank my parents and God enough. I owe everything to them,” says Salman. Talking about his
toughest performance, he says, “The episode where I performed with Vasna Ahmed of team Shree was very hard. My body hurt and I had to push myself to my maximum to be able to give my best.”
And Salman, the winner also gets a chance to rub shoulders with his namesake Salman Khan. He will share screen space with him in the film Wanted. To use a cliche, how does that feel? “I couldn’t have asked for more,” said Salman, adding, “Everything happened so fast... it is going to take time to sink in.”
What is he going to do with the prize money – a whopping Rs 50 lakh? “All the money is for my family. I’ve won because of their prayers and blessings,” says Salman.
Salman was a part of the team Remo Ke Rangeelay, trained by Master Remo D’Souza. “My guru means the world to me. He is my ideal,” says Salman.
Having beaten fellow contestants Alisha Singh and Siddhesh Pai, Salman says that he is looking forward to catching up with his buddies in Bangalore. “I am no star for them. I am going to hang out with them just as I used to pehle. They’ve made me what I am today,”
And what is he looking forward to? “This platform is my base and I am going to use it as a stepping stone to reach Bollywood. I hope I am able to do justice to whatever I have achieved. Insha Allah!”
source: Times of india