SRK mum on Salman hug
Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan today chose not to comment on the much hyped hug with Salman Khan at a recent 'iftar' party.
The hug between the two superstars led everyone to believe that the two warring Khans have become friends again but SRK ducked questions on the issue triggering mediapersons to pose more queries following which he went into the "no comment" mode.
"Whether its my relationship, friendship or any other personal aspect I have never dignified it by talking about it in public. I like to keep it like this. With due respect people have already analysed the whole situation. So much has been said and written about it. I don't want to give any explanation or talk about it," Shah Rukh told reporters at an event.
The two actors turned foes after a spat at Katrina Kaif's birthday party in 2008. Since then both have always avoided each other in public.
When asked to comment on charges being framed against actor Salman Khan today for culpable homicide not amounting to murder in the 2002 hit-and-run case, Shah Rukh said, "I don't know about this so I can't comment on it."
It was Salman who patted SRK on his shoulder and later hugged his 'Karan-Arjun' co-star at an 'iftar' party.
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