Salman Khan to take on Ranbir Kapoor
With the news of Salman Khan's apparent ex-flame Katrina Kaif and her alleged boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor hitting the headlines every other day for their increasing love & fondness for each other, it is highly unlikely for the actor to not react, considering his infamous violent streak he showed in the past over the Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Vivek Oberoi's controversial affair. And that too not even a single reaction!
However, this time around the actor instead of bad-mouthing or displaying his bad boy side has decided to take on the Kapoor lad, who is rising high and have been swaying Box-office with each of his outings, through movies. Salman Khan will challenge the Kapoor boy, who filched away his onetime beloved Katrina Kaif, at Box-office. Salman confessed the same at his upcoming reality show 'Big Boss Season 7' press meet, where he spoke about all his contemporaries and beating them through his work. While talking about Shahrukh, Aamir Salman also made it a point to mention Ranbir's name, as if he was waiting to strike it while the iron is hot!
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