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04-03-2012, 05:20 PM #1
Shahrukh-Salman war of words continues ,
Bollywood's arch-rivals Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan who is not on talking terms since few years are always at war with each other. The two industry heavyweights, who had their own set of issues to deal with often take potshots at each other at public functions.
At a recent party given by business tycoon Mukesh Ambani to celebrate Sachin Tendulkar's 100th century, Salman said, "Nobody can touch Sachin's record." Then he went on to say the famous dialogue from the film Don: `Don ko pakad na mushkil hee nahi, namumkin hai.' (It's impossible to catch the Don.)
The 1978 film's remake had starred Shah Rukh in the title role. SRK on Monday said at an event: "I am happy I wasn't there (Ambani's party) to face those negative stories. I am numb by the kind of stories I read about myself. I try not to take them seriously and comment about them."
When asked for reaction, Salman, at another event, said, "I think the comments were good...My father did not take objection to my using the dialogues." His father Salim Khan had co-written the original film.
It seems that the two Khans - Shahrukh and Salman are still not in a mood to let bygones be bygones and patch up.