Aamir Khan, who recently made a public appearance in support of his daughter Ira's charity football match, is said to have had a word with photographers over their ongoing ban on his friend, Salman Khan. (Also Read: No Provision to Ban Anyone: Salman Khan on Paparazzi Boycott)
A source says, "On Sunday, Salman and Jacqueline Fernandez had attended the match. However, most of photographers covering the event didn't take his pictures. Later on, once Salman stepped away from the group, the photographers took snaps of everyone else."
On his part, Salman has gone on record to say that it is the photographers' choice if they want to click his pictures or not. In fact, at the last few promotional events for his film, Kick, he is said to have made snide remarks about photographers. However, Aamir seems to have decided to look into the matter.
A source says, "While interacting with media, Aamir got to know about photographers' ongoing ban on Salman and he had a word with the lensmen. He has apparently promised them that he will try talking to Salman and see what he can do to resolve the issue."
Interestingly, after the match, Salman hugged Abhishek Bachchan. Photographers present at the event chose to not to photograph the duo hugging each other.
Aamir's spokesperson was unavailable for comment.