Mumbai: After the controversies, Bollywood’s Karan and Arjun, aka Shah Rukh and Salman Khan were back together in ‘Tubelight’. In the Salman Khan film, Shah Rukh did a cameo. Shah Rukh Khan will next be seen in Aanand L Rai’s next untitled film, in which Salman Khan also has a special appearance.

During a recent interview, Shah Rukh Khan was asked whether he would reunite with Salman in a film and whether such a film would be the most expensive as it would have both the superstars. The Dilwale actor responded, according to a report in, “No, not at all. We are very cheap that way (laughs). So it’s not going to cost a lot of money for anyone to make a film with us. But ya, a lot of heartaches and love you need to have because both of us are a little spoiled. So the producer director will have to treat us like as if we are children because we are children at heart.”

Further talking about coming together in a full-fledged film with Salman Khan, he said that it would take a lot of doing for them to come together, as the process requires a lot of time. “All that aside, I think people know we are both Bhais( brothers) and people know both of us and are very kind to us in filmmaking and we have done so many nice films; Karan Arjun and Hum Tumhare Hai Sanam. They were nice moments we have done. I love him a lot, I respect him a lot but having said all that, it would take a lot of doing for us to come together. That we are busy for a year, you’ll have to find a script and both of us have to like, if somebody has to make that film, somebody has to produce it too. So it would take a lot of time but inshallah one day!…Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost,” said Shah Rukh Khan.

Apart from Karan-Arjun, Salman and Shah Rukh featured together in films like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam.

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