Salman Khan, whose movies often mint over Rs.100 crore at the Bollywood box office, says small-budget films deserve fair visibility in theatres as big budget entertainers, as they too involve money and passion.
"People make small films with a lot of passion, they put their own money in it and if these films are not supported, then they would never see the day of light and hence, lot of money is lost," Salman said here Friday at the music launch of the small fry "Khwaabb".
"For big films, this is a very small amount but when somebody is putting in his own hard earned money there, then it makes a lot of difference. There is passion, hardwork and money."
"I think the small films should be given a fair chance to release and come in the theatres," he added.
The 48-year-old has earlier supported Vikas Bahl's "Chillar Party" and released it under his banner Salman Khan Being Human Productions.
Besides this, he also lent his support to Nitin Kakkar's National Award winning film "Filmistaan".