There is no groupism in our industry: Salman Khan

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Posted on January 11th, 2013 in News, People, Stars

The SRK-Sallu squabbles are world famous, and have been an integral part of the industry for quite some time. Not to mention that it makes its way to the list of controversies as well. But Salman denies any reports about his tiff with SRK and says that there are no groups in the industry.

“There is no groupism in Bollywood at all. I am not following anyone’s life and I treat people the way they do. If someone meets me nicely, I meet them too. Who is whose friend makes no difference to me at all,” he said.

Apparently, SRK’s loyal friends are appearing tilted towards the Sallu side of Bollywood. Karan Johar, who is SRK’s close friend, is singing Salman’s praises and even Piggy Chops is warming up to the Dabangg star.

The latest addition to the shifting of teams happened with reports of Arjun Rampal appearing on Bigg Boss doing the rounds. Also, Arjun did not attend SRK’s New Year bash in Dubai and was heard praising Salman for Ek Tha Tiger.

Salman was asked if foes of SRK become his friends, which he rubbished off by saying, “Nothing like that happens. I have no idea about whatsoever fight they have (SRK and Arjun) and there is nothing like Arjun is close to me. I met him at a party and we spoke for a few minutes.”

Talking about Bigg Boss 6, which is more of a family show this season as compared to the previous ‘violent’ ones, Salman says he is happy with this season. “This is the way we wanted it to be. This season is suitable for family viewing. Yes, there are Rajiv and Imam’s fights but those are subtle as compared to the previous seasons. Also, some people consider such fights as a part of entertainment while some don’t. It is normal for an abusive word to slip out of your mouth and no one really notices that,” he stated.

Bigg Boss Season 6 had begun on the 4th of October and its finale is on 12th January.

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