The perfectionist of B-town, Aamir Khan has never shied away from taking potshots or poking fun on his good pal and co-star of cult film ANDAZ APNA APNA, Salman Khan. However, when it comes to taking a jibe at or even replying to the comments made by the King of Bollywood Shahrukh Khan, Aamir would carefully mince his words or would rather prefer to pass it away. And, we could witness the same at the second poster launch of his upcoming film PK.
|SALMAN KHAN, AAMIR KHAN and SHAHRUKH KHAN|
While Aamir merrily joked that since Salman wore DHOOM 3 hat for him in ‘Bigg Boss’, it is to be seen if Salman follows the suit by removing his pants and posing nude like him, when it came to retorting on Shahrukh Khan’s recent remarks ‘that posing naked would not be considered talent’, Aamir initially avoided it. However, later on he added, “The person who digs a hole for others what happens to him? I prefer to stay away from ‘digs’.”
With this when we quizzed Aamir about sharing easy compatibility with Salman and uncomfortable equation with Shahrukh, he replied, “Nothing like that. Every person has its equation with others. Every relationship has its own limits. So we respect it.”
While Aamir refrained from commenting on Shahrukh’s remarks, he portrayed his noble side for the star, as he was asked about postponing the second poster launch of PK on 15 August, when SRK’s HAPPY NEW YEAR trailer was to release. “We postponed the plans because we realized that Shahrukh’s HAPPY NEW YEAR trailer is releasing on the same day. And it was pre-decided by Shahrukh to launch on that particular date so we pushed ahead and avoided to clash with it. We thought he’ll get the platform to showcase his own work and grab the eyeballs,” said the actor.
Producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra, who was also present at the event, barged in, “We all are artists and doing our respective jobs. We don’t intend to put down anyone or compete with anyone. In fact, I wish a day comes when Shahrukh and Aamir come together. And four of us including Raju and me work together.”