Kanpur: To free India from the clutches of corruption, Bollywood hunk Salman Khan has come up to the rescue as the ‘Bodyguard’ of the nation.

Launching the Dainik Jagran initiative ‘who will be the nation’s bodyguard?’ Salman said, “People are unaware of the difference between Lokpal and Jan Lokpal. First they must be made aware of it.”

Expressing his support for the cause, he said, “I support every movement against corruption. Anna Hazare’s movement has emerged as an anti-corruption movement. It must be looked into that how many corrupt people have been punished for corruption in the last 64 years. It does exert the need for a strict law to curb corruption.”

Amidst the much hullaballoo on ‘Aarakshan’ ban, he said, “A film must not be opposed when it has been cleared by the Censor Board. If anyone wants to express his disagreement, one can raise it in the board.”

“I have been demoted. From being an IPS officer in ‘Wanted’, I have been demoted to a security ‘Bodyguard’ of a building,” he said on a lighter note.

When asked about his plans about marriage, one of the most eligible bachelors in the country said, “What’s the hurry? Does everyone remain happy after marriage? I would better like to wait some more for marriage.”

(JPN/Bureau)