Indian media rife with reports of Salman Khan and Aamir Khan’s bitter dispute

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By Web Desk October 5, 2015 15:39

Indian media rife with reports of Salman Khan and Aamir Khan’s bitter dispute

If rumours are to be believed, Bollywood’s Dabangg actor Salman Khan and Pk actor Aamir Khan have locked horns, and not in their reel life!

The two superstars have remained chummy buddies since two decades in 1994, when their film Andaz Apna Apna hit the theatres. A few months back, when Salman Khan’s mega blockbuster Bajrangi Bhaijaan was released to a heart-warming reception, Aamir watched the movie and was so impressed with Salman’s performance, that he shed a few tears as well.

However, most recently, relations between Salman Khan and Aamir Khan have hit a new low. According to various sources, the two seemed to be involved in an ugly altercation at a party at Aamir’s Bandra residence. Aamir had stated that Salman would have better films to his credit, had he made smarter film choices.

Aamir further stated that Salman neither had to worry about the script of his movies nor the plot. Pat came the reply from Salman, who said that he might not be as tedious as Aamir, however he did give his writers and directors their due credit. Also, Salman used quite indecent language towards Aamir, which was obviously not liked by the latter.

Another bone of contention between the two superstars could be their impending competition, as Salman Khan’s Sultan hits theatres around Eid in 2016 whereas Aamir’s Dangal will be released in December next year. Salman Khan and Aamir Khan each will play the role of wrestlers in their flicks and have gained a few pounds for their roles as well.

Also read: Salman Khan: audience will see me in double size in Sultan

Also read: Aamir Khan gains quite a few pounds; still gets complimented by Sunny Leone 

Will we see the two actors who lock horns over their dispute, as the release date for their upcoming movies near? Or will Salman and Aamir quash the beef and become good friends again?



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By Web Desk October 5, 2015 15:39

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