Sanjay Dutt claims all is well between him and 'younger brother' Salman

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt has cleared the air on his rumoured cold war with close friend Salman Khan and says the latter is his \'younger brother\'.

Published: 30th July 2016 03:42 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th July 2016 03:42 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt has cleared the air on his rumoured cold war with close friend Salman Khan and says the latter is his 'younger brother'.

Sanjay recently addressed the media on the occasion of his 57th birthday at his Imperial Heights residence in Bandra.

When asked about it, the ‘Munna Bhai’ star told media, “Salman is my younger brother. He was always my younger brother and will always be. God has given him all the success, all his cases are over, but I request the media not to make an issue out of it."

"We all are busy, we can't meet every day, neither earlier we used to meet daily. We recently met at Madrid but you (media) didn't write about it, you all write only about fights. Will someone fight with their brother? I love him and that's it,” he added.

Salman and Sanjay, who have worked together in films like Saajan’, ‘Chal Mere Bhai’, ‘Dus’ have not been spotted together ever since The ‘Munna Bhai M.B.B.S’ star came out of jail earlier this year, thus giving rise to speculation that all is not well between them.

The ‘Khalnayak’ also revealed that Khan had called and wished him on his birthday.

On a professional front, Sanju has a lot on his plate this year. He would be seen in ‘Munnabhai 3’ and in 'Marco Bhau'. The actor has also been roped in for Mahesh Manjrekar’s next, which is a remake of 2008 superhit Marathi film De Dhakka.

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