"It is just a movie and there are only two kinds of movies good or bad, hit and flop and only people who decide are ones who buy tickets. Hope each and every fan of his supports him like I am doing and want all my fans to fully support him," Salman posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.
Insist on watching the film, Salman, 47, said: "Then go stand out side the cinema hall and insist on seeing the film, its a movie dude, entertainment, what law and order problem on a movie? Go there insist that you wanna see it, there is a supreme court judgement after the film is censored no body can stop it."
And on a more personal note, he said: "Ek toh the industry does not get any support frm any 1 but the fans bus tax pe tax. Now they stopping the releases of our movies. Wah" Other Bollywood VIPs like Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, Mahesh Bhatt and Farhan Akhtar have all spoken out strongly on behalf of Kamal Haasan who is currently engaged in a legal fight to have his movie released in his home state where it was banned by the government for two weeks after complaints from Muslim groups.
Vishwaroopam, made at a cost of Rs 95 crores, has been written, directed and produced by Kamal Haasan who also stars in it.
Vishwaroop, the Hindi version of the film, hits theatres tomorrow.
With PTI inputs