During a "Sultan" screening at a theatre in Paris, Ranveer Singh broke into an impromptu jig. While it was a treat to the theatre goers, Salman Khan had a different response.
"I wanted to break a chair on his head. Watch the film, don't do stunts. They aren't watching 'Sultan,' he is making people watch him there. We should charge money from him," the superstar commented.
Anushka Sharma followed suit, she said that she wanted him to sit down so that the audience could watch the film.
At the screening of "Madaari," when asked about Salman's reaction, Ranveer dodged the question and urged the press to stick to the event.
"Aaj Madaari ke liye hum yaha aaya hai, toh behtar hai agar hum kisi aur film ke bare mai baat na kare." (Because we have gathered here for "Madaari," it would be great if we can talk about it and not any other film.)
Even though Salman didn't take Ranveer's little act too well, the "Befikre" actor has continued to gush over the film's box office performance. A few days ago, he posted a photo with "Sultan" director Ali Abbas Zafar, in which they are seen recreating one of the posters from the film.
In other news, Salman will kick-start Kabir Khan's "Tubelight" in a few days. Expected to release on Eid 2017, the film will be shot across virgin locations of Ladakh.
Meanwhile, Ranveer has wrapped up Aditya Chopra's "Befikre," which also stars Vaani Kapoor. It is said to be a light romantic-comedy and apparently features as many as 23 kisses. From what has been reported so far, Ranveer has shot for quite a few intimate scenes with Vaani in the film.