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SRK and I are not India, Pakistan: Sallu

entertainment Updated: Oct 20, 2009 18:42 IST

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SalmanBollywood actor Salman Khan wonders why the differences between him and Shah Rukh Khan are being given "national importance".

"We do not talk to each other but why make a national issue out of it", asked Salman.

"We are not like India and Pakistan that the issue is given so much importance and priority. There are other things and issues to focus on as well," Khan said.

Salman said he is tired of answering questions about his fight with Shah Rukh at Katrina Kaif's birthday party last year.

Talking about relationships, Salman said, "friendship is a beautiful relation and a friend is one such person who will come to rescue you everytime (you are in trouble)."

Describing childhood friends as the real ones, Salman said friends made after entering a profession are only professional friends. 'friend in need is a friend indeed'.

Salman believes that in love there is no need to compromise or sacrfice but to maintain good communication and understanding betweeen the partners.

Though the critics have panned his newly released film, Main Aurr Mrs Khanna, Salman claims that it has got a good response.

Main Aurr Mrs Khanna, starring Salman and Kareena, is a home production of brother-actor Sohail Khan and is written and directed by debutant Prem Soni.

Talking about financial problems that seperated the reel life couple in the movie, Salman said, there are some financial problems that lead his character to move to a different place leaving behind his wife as her desires and wants are more important for him.

"In reality also if a person is going through some financial turbulence, his or her partner must understand that the person is going through a bad phase and not misunderstand the person," Salman said.

He also said, "I want that when people come out of the theatre they must take or learn something from the movie be it the values, behaviour, the good things of the character, good lines, gestures etc. The movie must have an impact on the life of the people."

Talking about the gameshow, Dus ka Dum that came to an end last week, Salman said, he enjoyed hosting the second season.

Though all geared up for his forthcoming movies London Dreams, Veer and Dabang, the actor said he would prefer to talk about them only on the eve of their release.