Salman 'happily' agrees with Aamir calling him a bigger star

The 50-year-old mega star is currently basking in the success of ‘Sultan’s successful run at the box-office.

Published: 15th July 2016 08:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th July 2016 08:34 PM   |  A+A-


MUMBAI:  It was humble on Aamir Khan’s end when the actor said that his counterpart Salman Khan is a bigger star than him and looks like the ‘Sultan’ star agrees with the statement too.

Whilst interacting with the media at a press conference in Mumbai, Salman reacted on Aamir Khan’s comment and said, “Aamir doesn’t lie, whatever he said was right.”

During the poster launch of ‘Dangal’ in Mumbai two weeks back, Aamir had referred to his actor friends, Salman and Shah Rukh and said, “I have always considered Salman and Shah Rukh as bigger stars, I always feel when Salman (Khan) enters a room you feel a star has come. When I enter, I feel a waiter has come. Sorry, I shouldn't have said that as waiter(s) are great people. I feel when I walk into (a room) I feel it's nobody as I enter silently.”

The 50-year-old mega star is currently basking in the success of ‘Sultan’s successful run at the box-office.

Anushka Sharma, his stunning co-star in ‘Sultan’ also accompanied the Dabangg Khan at the press conference.

Released with high expectations on the occasion of Eid, ‘Sultan’ has raked-in Rs 219.6 crore in eight days and is still dominating the box-office.

Besting the records of Salman’s own ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and Aamir Khan’s two films, ‘PK’ and ‘Dhoom 3’, ‘Sultan’ is the fastest film to earn Rs 200 crore.

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