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Salman Khan – SRK and I are not best friends any more

Salman Khan’s Kick is all set to hit theaters this Eid, and so the actor is on a promotional spree, giving interviews after interviews and interacting with the media like never before. In a very candid chat with a popular tabloid, Salman talks about Shahrukh Khan and Aamir Khan among many other topics.

When asked if he and Shahrukh are friends today, the superstar says: “I like Shah Rukh though we do not get along and don’t talk. Upar wale ne use itni izzat aur shohrat di hai and then there are people who will come and bitch him out to me that I can’t stand at all. We are not best friends any more, but are normal and cordial. He thinks. He plans. God has given him a mind and he uses that and is a hardworking man. Sometimes I seriously think that the way he thinks is far more correct than the way I think. As in, the way he is and the way he thinks for his family is 100% correct.”

“My personality is different and I let things go. We are totally different kind of people. It won’t be a compliment to God if we were alike. Two brothers are not alike. He is correct in his life and I am correct in mine.”

And when asked about his close buddy Aamir Khan, Salman explained his relationship with the actor through an example, which said it all.

“I can best explain my relationship with him through an example. In Andaz Apna Apna, there were two scenes he did very well. They were his solo scenes and I loved them. But when he saw the edit, he got them cut off from the film as he felt that he was hogging the limelight and that made his role more than mine. Aamir is a person with whom if you are there with your heart, he will be with you by heart. If you are there with him with your mind, then he too will be there with you by his mind. Aamir’s beautiful quality is that ‘I will play with you the way you will play with me.’ My relationship is with him by heart. He doesn’t need anything from me and I don’t need anything from him.” extrasex document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);

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