Salman Khan yet to issue apology, says 'the less I speak the better it is'

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Madrid, June 24: After sparking controversy over his 'raped woman' remark, Bollywood actor Salman, who is currently in Madrid for the IIFA awards, said at a press conference 'the less I speak the better it is.'

The actor, who is yet to issue an apology for his comments said during the press conference: "I know it has been a long evening, I will make it short, quick. Knowing me the shorter I keep it the better it is."

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Rape remark: Salman yet to issue apology

Salman, who is currently promoting his upcoming film Sultan, had earlier in the week said that 'he felt liked a raped woman while shooting the wrestling scenes for his film.'

However the actor is said to have apologised for his comment immediately and said that he did not mean to say that. "I don't think I should have," he said and then went on to correct his statement.

The National Commission for Women (NCW) then asked the actor to apologise within seven days to which he has not responded yet.

Also read: NCW flays Salman Khan for rape remark, asks for apology

Salman's father, Salim Khan, on the other hand apologised on Tuesday, June 21 and said:" Undoubtedly what Salman said is wrong, the simili, example and the context. The intention was not wrong. Nevertheless I apologise on behalf of his family his fans & his friends."

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