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Shah Rukh Khan stays silent on Rakesh Roshan’s ‘clash is unethical’ comment

Shah Rukh Khan believes action speaks louder than words. The actor certainly has no intention of engaging in a war of words with anyone, least of all with Rakesh Roshan who happens to be his senior.

Written by Sonup Sahadevan | New Delhi |
December 20, 2016 3:34:46 pm
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Shah Rukh Khan believes action speaks louder than words. The superstar certainly has no intention of engaging in a war of words with anyone, least of all with Rakesh Roshan who happens to be his senior. While Roshan had earlier called Raees’ clash with Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil unethical, SRK chose not to react to the comment.

At Stardust Awards, when we asked King Khan if he would like to respond to Roshan senior’s comment, SRK shrugged his shoulders and smiled, indicating that he would prefer to stay silent. Raees and Kaabil starring Hrithik Roshan are all set to lock horns on January 25, 2017. While Kaabil will start its screening in the evening slot, Raees will be coming in regular shows.

With just a month more to go before Raees’ big release, SRK shared his excitement with us in the following words. “It is exciting. Normally one month before the release, we are usually into post production. So that is very hectic. You are dubbing, doing the background. So we have been doing that to finish it off. The excitement doesn’t reach us. We just do the promtion and marketing, and go back to the studio.”

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Talking about 2016, SRK said, “It was a very nice year. I had Fan, which is a film I am very proud of. I also had a role in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Dear Zindagi. So it’s been a good year. It’s been hectic but otherwise nice.”

The star also said the name of his next love story with Imtiaz Ali was yet to be decided.

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First published on: 20-12-2016 at 03:34:46 pm

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