Superstar Salman Khan says that he gets emotional whenever he watches his 1995 released film "Karan Arjun".
"I was watching the film three months ago. Whenever I see 'Karan Arjun' especially the scene where both the brothers were dying, it always brings tears to my eyes," Salman told reporters.
Directed by Rakesh Roshan, the action-thriller film also featured Shah Rukh Khan who played Salman's brother in the film with Rakhee playing their mother.
Salman says that "the whole connect of the mother and son has been brought to a different level altogether" with the film.
Shah Rukh and Salman recently appeared together on "Bigg Boss 9" to promote the former's latest release "Dilwale", which also stars Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon.
In the special episode, Shah Rukh and Salman relived their 1995 film "Karan Arjun" days by entering into the famous dialogue "Mere Karan Arjun aaenge".
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