Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan has spoken about his rivalry with Salman Khan and expressed the possibility of working together.
The superstars, who had recently patched up at an Iftaar party with a hug, are still uncomfortable when it comes to discussing about their rivalry.
Shah Rukh had initially dodged questions on the reconciliation saying that it was personal matter and should not be discussed. He later opened up and said hat both he and Salman were mature individuals and respected each other's space.
When the Bollywood Badshah turned 48 last week, he was asked of the possibility of working with the "Dabanng" actor now that the two stalwarts have mended ties.
"The producers and directors should come up with a good script ....Inshallah if there is a chance, we will work together. If it happens good and if it doesn't, then also it is ok," Shah Rukh told the media.
Clarifying the present equation between the two, Shah Rukh further said, "We don't have angst against each other. It is just that hamare raaste alag hai! (we follow different paths). We have no ego issues between us. We both respect each other and our families," reported Press Trust of India (PTI).
On the other hand, Salman has taken their reconciliation to a new level with occasional references to his "Karan Arjun" co-star. During the launch of his television reality show "Bigg Boss" he had extended an invitation to Shah Rukh for appearing on the show. Also, on Sunday, Salman pulled contestant Ajaz Khan's leg when he tried to mimic Shah Rukh as part of an act. He mischievously asked Ajaz whether SRK was a brother to him and broke down in laughter when the contestant appeared to be in a fix.
With the amicable scenario prevailing, one can hope for a future collaboration of the two superstars.