Shah Rukh Khan on Salman Khan: Need patient director
Shah Rukh Khan, who co-hosted a segment of Star Screen Awards with Salman Khan, says the superstars will work together in a film again but a patient director is required to direct them
Shah Rukh Khan, who co-hosted a segment of Star Screen Awards with Salman Khan, says the superstars will work together in a film again but a patient director is required to direct them.
At the award function on Sunday, when SRK was asked about working with his "Karan Arjun" co-star Salman, Shah Rukh replied: "We will work (together) someday. Somebody will bring something for us. But we need a patient director to direct us."
Salman added that hopefully, "some good writer will bring a good script and we will be able to work again".
The actors looked dapper in black suits.
"It was a good fun. The theme was friendship so, who would be better than us to host a theme like this?" asked Salman.
Talking about their friendship, Shah Rukh said: "This is the way we are in our normal life also. It is nice our friendship has extended."
Asked about their past rivalry, Salman said: "It happens with everyone. But whatever happened to us, too much noise was made out of it."
On the film front, SRK will next be seen in "Raees" while Salman will star in "Tubelight".
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