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Salman, SRK still hold a grudge

entertainment Updated: Apr 15, 2011 13:05 IST

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Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan haven't patched up since their ugly spat at Katrina Kaif's birthday bash three years ago. The duo ignored each other completely even when shooting just a few metres apart.

Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan were there shooting for their respective projects at Filmistan Studios. The units on both sets expected a confrontation that never took place and the actors kept to their vans, reported Mid Day.

"Salman has been shooting for Atul and Alvira Agnihotri's Bodyguard for the last few days in Filmistan on the the third floor. SRK began shooting on the first floor. Sallu was shooting a crucial scene and so SRK's entry had everyone on the Bodyguard sets on tenterhooks," a source told the tabloid.

Shah Rukh's visit made the atmosphere anxious on the sets of Bodyguard. "It was all fun for the Bodyguard unit and the shoot was moving along smoothly. SRK's visit made them go into a tense huddle though shooting continued as normally as before. No-one knew how Salman would react to his dushman being in the vicinity," added the source.

Salman's sisters-in-law, Seema and Malaika, are still friends with SRK. Also, Atul and Alvira are very close to King Khan too. "Atul and SRK's friendship goes way back. It was expected that Shah Rukh would drop in to meet Atul on the sets," added the source.

However, that didn't happen. "SRK would leave his van and just go to the studio and shoot as would Salman, who is otherwise known to sit outside his van chatting with his friends and people who drop in to meet him. The Bodyguard unit finally heaved a sigh of relief after Shah Rukh left around midnight," the source told.

SRK had also apologised to Salman in Koffee With Karan which Salman had believed to be a 'drama.'

It's time the two Khans let go off the past and make peace with each other.