Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt on Friday rubbished reports that things have soured between him and his good friend, actor Salman Khan and urged media not to make an issue out of it.
The Munna Bhai MBBS actor said: "Salman is my younger brother. He was, he is and he will always be my brother. God has given him all the success, all his cases are over, but I request the media not to make an issue out of it."
"We all are busy, we can't meet every day. We met at Madrid but you (media) didn't write about it, you all write only about fights. Will someone fight with their brother? I love him and that's it," said Sanjay Dutt, who celebrated his 57th birthday with the media at his residence on Friday.
The actor said he is very happy for Salman as the Rajasthan High Court acquitted Sultan actor in two 18-year-old chinkara poaching cases on Monday.
Did Sanjay call Salman after he was acquitted in the poaching cases?
Sanjay said: "Of course, I always call him and I always feel happy for him. I don't want Salman or anyone to go through what I did. Somewhere justice prevails and I am happy it happened."
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