The two of the biggest Khans of the film industry, Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan, who share a very classic love-hate relationship, are rumored to share screen space yet again in Farah Khan’s upcoming film Happy New Year.


Our favorite Karan-Arjun ki Jodi, were last spotted together in the song sequence in Farah Khan’s Om Shanti Om (2007). And the latest buzz is that it is for Happy New Year, SRK and Salman might come together on screen once again and shake legs together.

Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan
Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan

Farah and SRK both are keen to have a similar dance number like OSO, in HNY where the tinsel town’s glitterati can dance together. So chances are that our Dabangg Khan might even flaunt his signature steps.

Things had turned sour between the two Khans some years ago and since then both were in “no-talking” terms. More than the two Khans, their fans were the ones who fueled the drift and made it look like a big fight. On the other hand, the two were tight-lipped about the same. In fact, there were instances that they were spotted taking digs at each other at various events, but soon after it all came to an end.

It was on Eid 2013, when the unexpected happened. Salman patted Shah Rukh’s back and they both hugged in public. The-trillion-dollar-pyara-hug of the two Khans ended all differences and since then Salman on various occasions has even praised Shah Rukh’s work and achievements.

SRK in OSO’s song made sure to invite every popular actor who was made to dance. So now for HNY, it will be very interesting to see if the Khan can get the other Khans to dance along with him. In Farah Khan style, the dance number is going to be huge, so let us hope for the best and wish that like before our Karan-Arjun scorch the silver screen with their stardom.

Slated to release in mid-2014, HNY is currently on the floors and stars Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, Boman Irani and Sonu Sood in pivotal roles.





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