Bigg Boss 9: Salman, Shah Rukh and their friendship lessons
When Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan came together to shoot a promotional video for the much-anticipated episode of Bigg Boss 9, it was a throwback to Karan Arjun.BiggBoss9 Updated: Dec 11, 2015 11:14 IST
When Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan came together to shoot a promotional video for the much-anticipated episode of Bigg Boss 9, it was a throwback to the good old times of 1995. Days after veteran actors Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra recreated a scene from their iconic film Sholay on Big B’s TV show Aaj Ki Raat Hai Zindagi, Salman and SRK, too, relived a Karan Arjun moment.
SRK will visit the sets of Salman’s hit reality show Bigg Boss 9to promote Dilwale, that is slated to release on 18 December. After years of cold war between them, Shah Rukh and Salman are back as friends and have often been seen heaping praises on each other.
The foes-turned-friends will be seen in a set up of a temple with bells swaying behind them and Karan-Arjun (SRK and Salman) appear on stage to share what lies in their hearts. Salman said he has not forgotten certain things that went wrong between the two and Shah Rukh playfully replied, “Dosti mein 19-20 toh chalti rehti hai.”
The superstars were also seen reminiscing their good old days while often breaking into peals of laughter wheenver the actress Rakhi’s popular dialogue “Mere Karan Arjun aaenge” (My Karan Arjun will come) from the 1995 film was played, read a statement from COLORS TV channel.
The duo will soon be seen in the weekend episodes of the Colors show. SRK came on the show to promote his forthcoming film Dilwale. Last week, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon, who also star in Dilwale, appeared on the ongoing reality show to promote the Rohit Shetty’s film.
Bigg Boss features celebrity contestants in a game of survival wherein they are locked in an isolated house for around three months sans the luxuries they are used to, under 24X7 camera surveillance.
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