Reports: Here’s Why ‘Bhaijaan’ Salman Khan And Kabir Khan Will Never Work Again


Salman Khan is, arguably, the number actor in Bollywood. In the last few years, he has taken his stardom and fan following to a new level altogether and broken many box-office records.


Before the release of Dabangg, Salman Khan was going through a lean patch in his career after giving back-to-back flops. His dry run at the box-office lasted so long that many Bollywood pundits had written him off. But, defying all odds, Salman Khan worked hard on his acting and turned the things around in his grand ‘Bhaijaan’ style.

It was not at all easy because the superstar was also going through personal problems that acquired a lot of his attention in going to the courts and fighting legal battles. But, with the love and support of his massive army of fans, Salman Khan stood his ground and now he is the most successful Bollywood actor in the last 5 years.

In the last few years, Salman Khan has worked very closely with director Kabir Khan. Together, they have made three superhit ‘100 crore’ movies– “Ek Tha Tiger”, “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” and “Tubelight”. 

But, latest media reports suggest that Salman Khan and Kabir Khan will not work together ever again. Deccan Chronicle have a quoted a “source” saying that Salman And Kabir are maintaining a distance and don’t share a very ‘friendly’ relationship.

“The differences between them have been brewing for some time now. And Tubelight was the end of their friendship. Salman and Kabir had heated arguments over how the film and its characters needed to be treated. There were stand-offs in full view of the entire unit, where Kabir would not give in to Salman’s suggestions,” says a report published on Deccan Chronicle. 

We can’t confirm this report but when director Ali Abbas Zafar was signed as the director of “Tiger Zinda Hai” instead of Kabir Khan, it was evident that the Bhaijaan of Bollywood has some issues with Kabir Khan, who had directed the first part ‘Ek Tha Tiger’.


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