Sultan, with characteristic bhai-like swagger replies, “Shah Rukh Khan ke mazak mat udao. Manne bahut pasand hai” (Don’t make fun of Shah Rukh Khan. I really like him)
Then, as a footnote, Bhai adds, “Jab woh ladki ke aankh mein aankh daal ke dekhe na, toh andhi ladki bhi pat jawe” (When Shah Rukh looks straight into the eyes of a girl, even a blind girl cannot resist his charm)
In another recently released dialogue promo, Sultan philosophizes on ways to woo a woman: “Angreji mein ladki jaldi patte hai” (Girls are wooed faster if you do it in English)As much as the two Khans have shared a close friendship over the years, in 2008, following an ugly fight between the two at Katrina Kaif’s birthday party, things took a turn for the worst, and Shah Rukh and Salman developed a hot and cold relationship towards each other.
But now, everything seems to be fine. In fact, earlier today King Khan tweeted a picture of himself with Salman Khan, sitting on a bicycle each.Salman Khan recently got into controversy for comparing his experience of shooting Sultan to the condition of a raped woman. There was huge hue and cry on social media while the National Commission for Women (NCW) demanded an apology from the Bajrangi Bhaijaan star.
However, SRK, when asked to comment on Salman’s “raped remark” controversy, according to a report in Times of India, did not stand for or against him and instead said, “In the last few years I have realized that I made so many inappropriate comments myself that I don’t think I am someone to sit and judge somebody else’s comments to be very honest. It’s about taking sides or not taking sides. I myself say so many things, who are we to decide or not decide what he (Salman) should be or shouldn’t be doing. Personally speaking I don’t think I can make any comments on this, I am so inappropriate myself.”
Sultan, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, starring Salman Khan, Anushka Sharma and Randeep Hooda will release worldwide on Eid (July 6) this year.