Salman wants to break a chair on Ranveer's head, here's why

Salman is miffed with Ranveer for stealing his thunder by doing an impromptu dance at a screening of the movie Sultan.

Published: 16th July 2016 08:01 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th July 2016 08:01 PM   |  A+A-

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Salman Khan is miffed with Ranveer Singh for stealing his thunder by doing an impromptu dance at a screening of the movie Sultan.

When reporters asked Salman’s opinion about Ranveer Singh’s dance, he said, “I wanted to break a chair on his head. Watch the film, don’t do stunts.

They are not watching Sultan, he is making people watch him there. We should charge money from him” The incident took place at a recent screening of Sultan, where Ranveer stood up on his chair and began dancing and soon the whole audience took a cue from him and began shaking a leg with him.

While some consider Ranveer’s act a light-hearted tribute to Salman, others felt he was piggybacking on Salman Khan’s popularity to get some publicity for himself.

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