Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir Khan in one frame would be a delight for the superstars' fan bases and beyond. But they come with the burden of superstardom and to accommodate such larger-than-life stars in a film has always appeared to be a daunting task for directors.
However, "Kick" director Sajid Nadiadwala is working out a project to bring the three together.
"Sajid has decided to produce a film which will star the three Khan superstars. He may even direct the film himself, though that would depend entirely on the nature of the subject. The film will go on the floors in January 2017 and release in December 2017," Subhash K Jha quoted an insider as saying.
Apparently, the filmmaker is thinking something along the lines of Manmohan Desai's "Amar Akbar Anthony", which will provide the Khans with equal screen space. The source added it was a tricky task as the fans wouldn't let the makers get away with any 'slip-ups'.
"This is why he has decided to start shooting the project in 2017. There is ample scope to work out a plot which can accommodate the trio," the source further elaborated.
This collaboration wouldn't have been remotely conceivable had the warring Khans not resolved their personal issues at Arpita Khan's wedding. SRK and Salman have earlier hugged it out, but it was thought to be one for the cameras, until the "Fan" actor promoted "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" on Twitter recently.
However, Shah Rukh has worked with Salman in three films: "Karan Arjun", "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai" and "Hum Tumhare Hai Sanam". Aamir starred alongside the brawny star in "Andaz Apna Apna", which now enjoys cult status.