In the recent past SRK and Salman Khan have been known to be at logger heads with each other. It all started on Katrina Kaif’s birthday bash last year and almost divided the Bollywood into two camps. But the news is that forgetting all their differences the two superstars have decided to bridge their gap and do a sequel of their superhit movie Karan Arjun.
Rakesh Roshan who had directed the 1995 blockbuster will be donning the producer’s hat this time and is in lookout for a director to call the shots.Kajol who had played Shahrukh’s love interest in the movie will be retained in the sequel while Katrina Kaif will be replacing Mamata Kulkarni and play the female lead to her real life beau Salman Khan.
The movie is expected to hit the floors this July after the two superstars take on each other at the Box Office on the same day. Shahrukh will be seen in his much delayed Dulha Mil Gaya while Salman will be seen in an action movie Wanted Dead And Alive. As they say no friendship or enmity is permanent when it comes to Bollywood!
Salman on Shahrukh
After their infamous spat on Katrina Kaif’s birthday bash last year Salman Khan and SRK are all set to take on each other this July. Salman’s Wanted Dead And Alive and Shahrukh’s Dulha Mil Gaya will clash at the the Box Office on July 3. Om Shanti Om and Saawariya had released on the same day but Salman had only done a small role in Saawariya.
Vivek Vaswani’s much delayed Dulha Mil Gaya is a romantic comedy and stars Sushmita Sen and fardeen khan apart from SRK. The movie is being directed by Mudassar Aziz. Boney Kapoor’s Wanted Dead And Alive stars Salman Khan along with Ayesha Takia and is a remake of Telugu film Pokiri. It will also be the directorial debut in Bollywood for noted dancer and actor Prabhu deva.
The industry experts are apprehensive about the two movies releasing on the same day and had even requested the producers to switch dates. Both Vaswani and Boney Kapoor are adamant on releasing the movie on July 3. After all the ego of two superstars are at stake and none of them would like to bow down before the other.