Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan
AIB Roast Controversy: Shah Rukh Khan says 'don't like it, don't watch it'; Did 'HNY' star take a dig at Aamir?Reuters

After it was reported that Aamir Khan has attached his "PK" trailer to Shah Rukh Khan's "Happy New Year" without consulting him in order to sabotage his film, the latter reacted to it saying it's stupid to think so.

"If I want to release a trailer, I'd try and release it with a big film to get more eye balls. I do that, so it's illogical to assume somebody else wouldn't. But if I was to think that an X actor is thinking his trailer is going to destroy the film it comes with, that's stupid. If you want to attach your trailer, you can buy the time. That's business sense," The Asian Age quoted King Khan as saying.

Although Aamir and director Rajkumar Hirani have had a talk earlier regarding blocking festive releases for their trailer, immense speculation was that since the actor didn't directly talk to Shah Rukh about attaching the trailer, it might very well be a strategy to sabotage "HNY".

Mr Perfectionist, however, reportedly denied the claims, adding that a lot of his film's trailers have witnessed a Diwali release.

Meanwhile, SRK confirmed that theatrical trailers of Dibakar Banerjee's "Byomkesh Bakshi" featuring Sushant Singh Rajput and Ajay Devgn's "Action Jackson" will be released alongside his film.

"Adi has attached Byomkesh. Normally we don't put trailers in our film, nor do we ask anyone to do so, because the film length increases. Adi is an old friend, he is also distributing HNY. So we don't have any issues. Action Jackson is also releasing with us and Ajay has been very nice," the superstar said.

However, Shah Rukh also revealed that his film's trailer was attached to friend Rohit Shetty's film "Singham Returns" and that it had been done for free. "I got a call from Ajay and Rohit saying why are you buying it, just put it with us, it's free. I think it was an amazing gesture."

Well, this for sure looks like Devgn and SRK have ironed out their differences.