Shah Rukh Khan leaves for Vancouver to deliver first TED Talk

Letting go their differences, superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn have come together and join hands. Ask the actor if new releases still make him nervous, and Shah Rukh says, "I don't know if I am nervous [before a film's release], but I am concerned for sure".

Amar Butala, the CEO of Salman's banner, confirmed to the daily, "The makers of both films have approached us, and we have made a decision to attach the two trailers with our film".

Interestingly, Tubelight has earned a profit of more than Rs 100 crore even before its release.

Not only this, Shah Rukh's yet to be titled film will lock horns with Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar's Toilet: Ek Prem Katha at the box office and this trailer release will only help it gaining more popularity as compared to the Akshay starrer.

If reports are to be believed then Ajay wants to attach the trailer of Baadshaho with Tubelight whereas SRK wants his upcoming Imtiaz Ali film's trailer to be attached with Salman's flick. "We will be happy to accommodate both (trailers) if the stars agree to the arrangement", mid-day quoted a source as saying. But it has been pushed by a week and now it hits digital forums only next week.

Amar Butala, who is the co-producer of the film, took to Twitter to inform everyone about it.

Seems like SRK and Ajay Devgn will squabble over screen space again after Jab Tak Hai Jaan" and "Son Of Sardaar' clashed at the box office in 2012.

Baadshaho will clash with Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar starrer Shubh Mangal Saavdhan.

  • Julie Sanders