Yes, you heard that right! Guess we'll have to wait a little longer before we see Bhai working in KJo's film. But what went wrong suddenly between Salman and Johar? Read on to know...
Karan Johar's ambitious project Shhuddhi was in the news for the longest time because of its ever changing star cast. With this film, the Dharma head honcho was bringing together Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor Khan on the big screen once again. While everyone was looking forward to see this jodi sizzle on the silver screen, things took a U-turn as Jr Roshan walked out of the project. Soon Bebo followed suit as Hrithik was no longer a part of Shhuddhi and her whole motive to do the film was to work with the honey-eyed actor. Then reports about Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone being approached for Shhuddhi started doing the rounds. However, the two chose Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Bajirao Mastani over Karan's production venture.
That's not all! Aamir Khan was offered the film thrice but he rejected it every time. Finally Johar managed to rope in Salman Khan for his dream project and the former even announced this piece of information on popular social networking site Twitter. But it seems this collaboration wasn't meant to be. Just a few days back, the My Name Is Khan director revealed that his much-delayed project will go on floors after Akshay Kumar starrer Brothers hits the screens in August. While Shhuddhi will roll as per the schedule, the only difference will be the lead actor won't be Salman. The Being Human superstar has walked out of the film after having a showdown with the Dharma head. So now Shah Rukh Khan will step into his shoes. Yes, Karan's bestie has come to his rescue thankfully. But what exactly happened between SK and KJo? Click here to read all the gossip. I am pretty sure you dunno wanna miss this one!
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