Salman Khan and Kapil Sharma were into a cold war for some time. But the friction between them seems to have faded away.
A recent visit to "The Kapil Sharma Show" has left the "Sultan" star impressed. Apparently, he is all praises for the entire cast (of the show) and especially Kapil, BollywoodLife reported.
Rumours have it that Salman and Kapil may come together for a film or another show. The superstar was so pleased that he mentioned the funnyman to some of his friends saying he hadn't laughed so hard in the longest time.
In other news, Salman will be next seen in Kabir Khan's "Tubelight." The first leg rolls on July 25 in Ladakh. The cast and crew were to fly to the Kashmir Valley next, but the current unrest has put the schedule on hold.
Expected to arrive in theatres on Eid 2017, the film is more a human drama than a political saga. Sources have said that it has the Sino-Indian war of 1962 at the heart of its plot. Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif were rumoured to have been approached, but the filmmaker is yet to make an official announcement about the film's leading lady.
Here's a lowdown on what went wrong between Salman and Kapil a few years ago:
Kapil had thrown tantrums at the Celebrity Cricket League, refusing to take up hosting duties at the last minute. What angered Salman and brother Sohail Khan, who own a team in the league, was that the actor-comedian stepped in late, leaving no time for rehearsals and then quitting. However, realising the mistake Kapil tried his best to make amends.