While superstar Salman Khan has been urging not to link his upcoming film "Jai Ho" with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), his brother and actor-filmmaker Arbaaz Khan says somewhere there is a connection between the movie and the country's current political scenario.
"It's a very good co-incidence that 'Jai Ho' somewhere reflects the current scenario in the country," Arbaaz told reporters here Thursday at a Gillette event.
AAP formed by Arvind Kejriwal, who is now Delhi's chief minister, came into existence in 2012, and since then it has come a long way. Its stunning show in the Delhi assembly elections last December showed the power of the common man and also pushed the Congress to a humiliating third spot in its bid for a fourth term in office.
"Jai Ho", directed by Salman's youngest brother Sohail, also focusses on the power of a common man.
"The film has been made by my brothers (Sohail and Salman) and it's a very good film. It will come out Jan 24. I wish them all the very best," he added.
Arbaaz is all praise for the film and hopes it becomes a huge hit.
"People will get to see the Salman they have always wanted to see. The film has turned out very well on the whole. Inshallah, it will be a huge hit," Arbaaz said.