Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn are battling to attach the trailers of their upcoming films (SRK's yet-to-be titled film by Imtiaz Ali and Ajay's Baadshaho) with Tubelight, as per reports
Salman Khan highlighted that Sridevi, having starred in 300 films (Mom rounds off the figure), is beyond comparison with anybody, let alone himself and other Bollywood stars like Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Akshay Kumar
Varun Dhawan said he will stick to 'commercial' cinema and wants to model his career on that of the Khans
Shah Rukh and Salman Khan last appeared together onscreen in 2002 and they say that if "someone will bring a film, we will do something"
Yash Raj Films head Aditya Chopra is reportedly all set to direct Karan Arjun co-stars Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan in a film.
While the coinciding release dates of Sultan and Raees is creating quite a buzz on social media, Shah Rukh blames it on the limited number of Fridays in a year. He also clarified that there are no personal implications for the clash of dates.
This week, in conversation with one of the leading actors in the Indian film industry, Aamir Khan. The versatile actor talks about turning 50, his career, controversies and more. He also tells NDTV why he'll never join active politics and how he has a lot of hopes from PM Modi and his government: "We are hoping that they deliver all the promises they made." Asked if he was concerned about remarks by people like Sadhvi Prachi who asked for the Khan films to be boycotted and posters torn up, he retorted, " it has no impact... when ekka dukka people who come up and say, you know in life all kinds of people say all kinds of things." On concerns expressed by church leaders about safety and issues like the beef ban he said, "When minorities are threatened or majority, anyone is threatened... we look towards our leaders to take a strong and firm action but when we see silence from the people who we have selected in situations like this, it is disappointing." (Read transcript here)
Superstar Salman Khan, who will be seen in Sooraj Barjatya's Prem Ratan Dhan Payo will reportedly go on a world tour to promote the film in different countries. Director Sooraj Barjatya's films are a major hit among NRI community abroad and the production house wants to bank upon it, especially after actor Shah Rukh Khan's SLAM! The Tour was successful in promoting Happy New Year on a massive scale.