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Shah Rukh, Salman still on good terms
#BollyTalks just had to investigate this story. Do you think this is something that really happened?
We’ve told you time and time again about Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan’s on-again off-again warring. But that seems to be a thing of the past with their recent make-up, with public hugs and all. But was it for real? Was it just for the cameras?
Recent reports seem to indicate this may be the real deal, with even a little incident to make things more concrete.
Word is Arjun Rampal met Salman Khan at his house for a dinner meeting and the former started gossiping about Shah Rukh Khan. The online tabloid, Pinkvilla.com, went on to say that Salman did not like it at all and asked Arjun to leave.
Now, we weren’t there and we can’t confirm if this is true or not, but from the looks of Arjun’s tweets, we would have to say this may be false (because people don’t lie on social media, right?).
Check out the following tweets from the actor: “So now I am bitching abt SRK to @BeingSalmanKhan at Salman’s residence. Says trustworthy Pinkvilla. What crap. When I never was at any dinner.
“It is so wrong to just make up stories. When there is not an iota of truth in them? Is this what journalism has stooped to? It’s really sad.”
Whew! We would hate to think that this was something that the talented producer, actor, and handsome model would do. The two Khans can bond over some other event. We were glad to have cleared the air on Arjun’s behalf.
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