You can call Aamir as Salman's 'real' well-wisher

\'I have not spoken to him. Who am I to advice?\' he added when asked if he had a talk with the 50-year-old actor on this.

Published: 04th July 2016 03:03 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th July 2016 03:03 PM   |  A+A-

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Aamir Khan and Salman Khan | File Photo

By ANI

MUMBAI: A real well-wisher is a person who not only pats one’s back, but also points out his faults and this is exactly what Aamir Khan is doing for his very good friend Salman Khan.

During the poster launch of his upcoming movie ‘Dangal’ today, when Aamir was quizzed about the ‘Sultan’ actor’s recent ‘rape’ analogy, he clearly stated that if media reports are to be believed, then it was insensitive on Salman’s part.

“I feel what he said was rather unfortunate and insensitive,” he told media here.

“I have not spoken to him. Who am I to advice?” he added when asked if he had a talk with the 50-year-old actor on this.

However, it was same platform from where the 51-year-old actor shared his words of appreciation for the ‘Dabangg’ actor’s upcoming movie ‘Sultan.’

“There’s wrestling which is common, nothing else. But I loved the look of ‘Sultan.’ It looks like an excellent film. I hope it does really well,” said Mr. Perfectionist.

According to Aamir, though the genre of ‘Sultan’ and ‘Dangal’ are same, the story-line of both the movies are completely different.

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