Veteran actor and screenwriter Salim Khan says one of the reasons why he doesn't want to write for his star son Salman Khan is that if a movie fails, the screenwriter would be blamed for it, but if it works well, people would praise his son for his efforts.
"Even today, when I pitch a script, people always have a question that 'if it is good then why is Salman not acting?' But I wanted to get out of that vicious circle."
He added: "Another thing is (that) if a movie fails, it is my fault. If it is a hit, it is Salman's efforts!"
During Zee Classic's "My Life My Story", which will begin from February 4, Salim revealed why he doesn't write scripts for the "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" star, read a statement.
Talking about Salman, his father said: "It's not that I haven't written films for Salman. I had written a film for him - 'Patthar Ke Phool' which did reasonably well too.