The Shah Rukh Khan-Salman Khan friendship has been taken to the next level with "Fan." The "Sultan" actor has a cameo; his Madame Tussauds' waxwork has a special appearance to be precise.
The scene in question is the one where Gaurav Chandana (SRK) walks into the 255-year-old museum posing as Aryan Khanna, which also shows a passing shot of Salman's wax model. He stays there for a few minutes and manages to rough up the officials present.
Meanwhile, rumour has it that SRK may feature in a guest appearance in "Sultan." Although there are sources who have discounted the possibility, the idea is definitely exciting for all the Khan fans.
Shah Rukh had dropped by "Sultan" sets when Salman was shooting for a song and the cameras rolled as they interacted. An insider told DNA that the footage was decided to be used for the making, but they are now looking at making it a cameo.
"Later, the team decided to incorporate those bits in the film. There's a scene in Sultan, which requires a celebrity to meet Salman. The team came up with the idea to include SRK's footage for that scene," the source added.
The details are being kept under wraps as the team is yet to seek permission if they could use the footage in their film. "As they haven't asked for SRK's permission as yet, everything is kept hush-hush, but discussions are on to incorporate this footage into the film," the daily quoted the insider as saying.
On the work front, Shah Rukh begins Imtiaz Ali's film in June, which may star Anushka Sharma; Salman will reportedly kick-start Kabir Khan and Rajkumar Santoshi's film this year.