Shahrukh praises Aamir, says Everyone should Watch 'Ghajini'


They may pull each other’s leg from time to time, but Shahrukh Khan and Aamir Khan remain good friends at the end of the day

Mumbai, Dec 19: In the times of cut-throat competition, seldom do you hear a star recommending a film of another star to the movie buffs. SRK, who had his latest release Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi just last Friday, is now urging everyone not to miss Aamir’s upcoming film Ghajini which hits the theatres on December 25.

At a press conference held on Thursday to introduce newcomer Anuskha Sharma , SRK said: "I want all the people to watch 'Ghajini'. We as people from the industry know how much pain it takes to make a film. We wait anxiously every Friday to see the result of our hard work that we put in to make a film…So my best wishes are with every film be it 'Ghajini' or Chandni Chowk To China or any other movie. I want every film to do well."

SRK also denied that he was having a cold war with Aamir.

"We share an extremely cordial relationship… I think he has changed himself well over the recent period of time. Previously, he did not like to interact much with the public and the media, but now he interacts well and has also developed a sense of humour," SRK said.

SRK joked that he and Aamir contemplated doing together a film where they get to flaunt six-pack abs.

"I was scared as I lost my six packs and wanted Aamir to say no. Luckily, he said he has lost his packs too, so let's give a chance to some other actor," Shah Rukh joked.


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