"We have to choose a film in which all three of us are equal. We should do (a film like) Ghostbusters (1984). That film has equal roles for all the three heroes," SRK told Hindustan Times.
Days after the 'fakeness' tweet, Salman pointed out that no producer would be able to afford all three Khans. SRK provided a solution for this as well. "Maybe we can co-produce the film," he said, "But someone has to write an interesting script that we like." (Also Read: Troll Shah Rukh, Aamir and I Quit Twitter, Salman Khan Tells Fans)
Why just the Khans? It would be equally difficult to cast a modern troika together in a film. "Today, if I were to write [a script] for Varun (Dhawan), Ranveer (Singh) and Ranbir (Kapoor), it would be hard. Not only because they should have equal roles, but because it must do justice to them all. It's a difficult proposition to write a three-hero film, and then get three heroines, and three villains," SRK said.
However, all this is academic. It's unlikely that were going to see the Khans together on screen anytime soon. SRK, one of Bollywood's busiest actors, is all booked up with his three current films - Dilwale, Raees and Fan - and has just been cast with Alia Bhatt in director Gauri Shinde's second film. Aamir, who does just one film at a time, is committed to sports biopic Dangal and Salman will start shooting wrestler film Sultan soon.