Bollywood superstar link-up rumours, breakups, fallouts, and chilly wars have been a significant supply of gossip for us. While superstar fights grow to be extremely controversial however there are numerous info about them which were misconstrued too. When we take into consideration the worst fallout, Salman Khan and Subhash Ghai ugly fights come on the high.
The alleged incident occurred in 2001. The Dabangg star and the filmmaker acquired in an enormous argument and shortly issues began to take an unpleasant flip. The famous person allegedly slapped the director and the previous has additionally confessed about the identical throughout a dialog with a number one every day.
As per the Zoom TV report, Salman Khan confessed in regards to the incident when he was requested in regards to the break-up fiasco along with his ex-girlfriend Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. He mentioned that he had by no means overwhelmed or slapped anybody aside from Subhash Ghai. “I do get emotional. Then I hurt myself. I have banged my head against the wall; I have hurt myself all over. I cannot hurt anyone else. I have only hit Subhash Ghai. Yet, I apologized to him the next day,” he mentioned.
Salman then added, “There are times when you do get out of control. That person hit me with a spoon, almost broke a plate on my face, pissed on my shoes and grabbed me by the neck. I could not control myself. And see what happened. Next day, I had to go and apologize.”
On the opposite hand, Subhash Ghai later talked in regards to the incident in a write-up and shared that it was a miserable second for him. The filmmaker reportedly mentioned, “Next morning, I got a call from Salim sahib who paid his respect to me by apologizing and sent Salman to my home within one hour.”
However, it appears Salman Khan and Subhash Ghai sorted out their variations and even labored collectively within the 2008 movie Yuvvraaj, which additionally starred Boman Irani, Anil Kapoor, Zayed Khan and Katrina Kaif. Although the movie obtained blended critiques, the movie did fairly nicely on the field workplace.