New Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt's Dear Zindagi is a superhit with the Bollywood fraternity including Salman Khan. Salman, who rooted for Dear Zindagi, shared a tweet on World Anti-Obesity Day and wrote: "Be wise to be healthy and wealthy." Soon there was a response in typically Shah Rukh style, and we love it. Salman perhaps made an oblique reference to Shah Rukh's character in the film. Shah Rukh features as Dr Jehangir Khan, a councellor who helps Alia's character Kaira navigate through life and waive problems. Salman and Shah Rukh are co-stars of Karan Arjun, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Hum Tumhare Hai Sanam.
- Shah Rukh's Dear Zindagi released on November 25
- Shah Rukh self-invited himself for a Biryani session at Salman's
- Salman and Shah Rukh are co-stars of Karan Arjun, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
It was as if Salman was alluding to a scene from Dear Zindagi, in which Jehangir or Jug asks Kaira, an aspiring cinematographer, if she has worked with Salman, and if Salman's much-talked about six-pack abs are worth the hype.
This is how Salman started:
That's when Shah Rukh self-invited himself:
Shah Rukh also thanked fans and cine-goers for their response to Dear Zindagi, which is co-produced by SRK's Red Chillies Entertainment and Karan Johar's Dharma Productions.
Director Gauri Shinde cast Alia, 23, and Shah Rukh, 51, together for the first time in Dear Zindagi. This is when Gauri and Alia made SRK proud.
Team Celebrities, who could not stop raving about Dear Zindagi also includes Sridevi, who was the star of Gauri's debut film English Vinglish.
Earlier, team Prem Ratan Dhan Payo lead by Salman and Team Dilwale headlined by Shah Rukh, hit the dance floor for each other:
Team Dilwale grooves to PRDP only for Prem with prem. pic.twitter.com/kZttF7OE5T— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) November 8, 2015
Dear Shah Rukh and Salman, we would love to see you two catch up. At this year's iftaar party hosted by Baba Siddique, Shah Rukh and Salman were colour co-ordinated in black.
In the years before they ended their feud, the Khans, were photographed hugging at Baba Siddique's parties. The two of the biggest Bollywood stars conducted a bitter six-year cold war after falling out at actress Katrina Kaif's birthday party in 2008. They were both photographed hugging at Baba Siddique's parties previously. They repaired their broken friendship in 2014 at Salman's sister Arpita's wedding.
Salman Khan, who turns 51 soon, is currently busy with Tubelight, his next film with Kabir Khan. Salman is also expected to reprise his role in Tiger Zinda Hai, sequel to Ek Tha Tiger. Shah Rukh Khan, 51, has Raees set for release on January 26 while his upcoming films also include a film with Imtiaz Ali, tentatively titled The Ring.
Dear Zindagi released on November 25.