Karan Johar's Kuch Kuch Hota Hai has been the all time favourite movie of many. The film is still fresh in our minds and we love the beautiful story of Rahul, Anjali and Tina. However, one thing that we can forget about this film is Salman Khan's role. It was short but the most effective one. Salman Khan totally nailed it as Aman in the film. Earlier, Karan Johar had mentioned that he had approached Chadrachur Singh for the role of Salman Khan in his directorial debut Kuch Kuch Hota Hai released in 1998. Karan Johar said that Chandrachur Singh was amongst those who rejected it and finally Salman Khan agreed. Chandrachur has now revealed about why he rejected it in an interview with DNA. Chandrachur Singh said, "It was my loss that's all I can say. It is a very nice and cult film and the fact is that, what was meant to be, was meant to be. It's one of those decisions you make and learn from that."
Karan Johar had earlier spoken about Chandrachur Singh rejecting the film in Zee TV's talk show, Yaaron Ki Baaraat. He said, "I had thought of casting Chandrachur Singh in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai after three other actors rejected the role. I was told nobody wants to do the role and I was already stressed. So I went to give Chandrachur a narration and after the first day, he asked me to call him and meet the next day. When I called him a day later, he told me he would do the film and asked for a complete narration. I went all the way from Malabar Hill to Seven Bungalows and then, even before I could start, he refused to do my film. I just thought he could have told me that on the phone and saved my two hours of travel time."
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Chandrachur Singh has made his digital debut and is seen in Aarya which also stars Sushmita Sen.
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