Nawazuddin said: "I enjoyed working with (Shah Rukh Khan) a lot because he works like an actor on set. In addition, that reflected on our performance as we have some crucial scenes in the film. He does not carry his stardom on set. He is very humble"
Sultan, which released last Wednesday, has reached the milestone quicker than Salman's 2015 film Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Aamir Khan's films PK and Dhoom 3
"It's difficult to compare Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Sultan. Both are very good movies. I don't compare. But Sultan is outstanding, moving, cried in second half. It is a very inspiring film," Aamir Khan told reporters in Mumbai
Aamir-bashing was Twitter's favourite pastime this year. Pictures of him weeping copiously into a towel after watching Bajrangi Bhaijaan went viral, accompanied by hilarious punchlines. There were a fresh round of mirth when it emerged that Aamir had also wept through his nephew Imran's film Katti Batti