3 Reasons Why SRK and Salman Should Be Back On-screen.

These two Khan-tastic actors of bollywood have a history of rivalry. In the late 90’s these two actors had an argument and parted ways, following a series of box-office competition between the two. Finally after a long time they are slowly getting along nicely. Here is a list of 3 reasons why these two stars should act together again.

Their previous performance

In the year 1995 SRK and Salman acted in Rakesh Roshan’s Karan Arjun. The movie was a blockbuster and the second highest grosser of the year. Salman had won the award for best actor. And not just him but SRK too as usual was in his usual flair. We loved them both romancing, fighting and dancing. Bollywood for a long time has seen a lot of bromance but this Jodi will always remain as one of the best. We just hope like Rakhee that our “Karan Arjun” ayenge.

Box  Office records

Every year SRK and Salman compete individually to earn the highest grosser position. They have many records written to their name. Specifically, Diwali has been taken by SRK and Salman has captured Eid. Now if these two superstars come together at this point of their careers then an unbreakable record is bound to be created. These two larger than life superstars can take any movie to any level joining hands together. And bollywood too will enjoy the business made by the movie. Hence this has to be one of the biggest reasons for their collaboration.

Happy Friendship Day

SRK and Salman after enjoying long time rivalry are finally friends. And this surely does deserve a toast. Nothing can be better as a bollywood ishtyle toast than a movie starring the both. They can release the movie on any day and continue the celebration for a long long time. Hope any director plans it very soon and we get to see them together again.


My name is Tathagata Das, I am from Kolkata. Tg is my nickname and I use it as my screen name in movies. I am a scriptwriter by profession in Bengali film industry. I love playing chess, listening music, travelling, observing different people.
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