At a recent event, Salman was asked if hosts should be careful with their jokes on stage. Replying to the same, he said, “It’s important for a host to be sensitive. Humour should always be above the belt and never below the belt. I have hosted shows like Bigg Boss, Dus Ka Dum and so many live shows on stage.”
Elaborating further, Khan added, “Whenever I have hosted Bigg Boss and something wrong has happened with one of the contestants that has made me angry or disappointed, I say it out in the show, but I know there’s a limit. End of the day, the contestants are also living in the house and they have to perform, so learn to be patient and sensitive towards them. I don’t cross a line. Whatever I have to say, I say it on the given Saturday and then on Sunday I am all normal.”
Salman concluded by saying, “Even the contestants know that no one likes a blabber mouth or a loud mouth. If they blabber too much, it’s not going to help their careers. No one in the film industry wants to work with a blabber mouth.”
Will slapped Chris at the Oscars who cracked a joke on his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. Later, Will apologised to the academy and then Chris for his behaviour.