We all know Disney's most melodious song 'It's a small world after all'. These days one man is singing it quite often - B'wood's Badshah Shah Rukh Khan! After nearly bumping into arch-rival and foe Salman Khan at the Mumbai Airport, soon after returning from their same holiday destination Dubai, rumour has it that SRK could expect more trouble from Sallu.
A source revealed that SRK has reservations about his Yash Raj film that he signed last year with Salman's ex, Katrina Kaif. Not sure about how things would pan out given the bitter equations between him and Sallu, he called Katrina, voiced his fears and asked her if she would be comfortable working with him. The 27-year-old English beauty apparently in a move to calm down SRK, assured him that Sallu wouldn't intrude on the sets of the film and that being a professional herself she had no issues working with King Khan.
SRK was finally convinced that the filming of the movie would go smoothly when Katrina explained that she had long broken up with Salman and they were just good friends at the moment. So, there was no question of jealousy or distrust.
SRK's fears are not unfounded. After all, who can forget the nightmarish episode of 2002 during the filming of 'Chalte Chalte.' At that time Aishwarya Rai, the lead actress had just broken up after a stormy affair with Sallu who didn't take it graciously. He then barged into the sets of the movie by physically and verbally abusing the former Miss World. Eventually, the drama and the interruptions vexed SRK and he replaced Aishwarya with Rani Mukherji thus ending his friendship with Ash.
It is no wonder that SRK didn't want any ruckus on the sets of the Yashraj film because the movie is set to be directed by B'wood veteran Yash Chopra himself.
Well given all the history between B'wood's hotshots it would be safe to assume that this movie will draw a lot of attention from the media and generate tons of gossip.
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