Ajay Devgn mocked Salman in ‘Action Jackson’?

Ajay Devgn continues to be in full action mode as after ‘Singham Returns’, his next film is ‘Action Jackson’. As clear from the name, it will be full of high voltage action and stunts. Few days ago, Ajay Devgn and director Prabhudeva revealed the first posters from the film. On Wednesday, the trailer of the film was also released.

In the trailer, Ajay Devgn is doing all that is excepted - killing bad guys ( this time with a Samurai sword), romancing pretty woman (Sonakshi Sinha, Yami Gautam and Manasvi Mamgai) and dancing. But what also captures the attention is some of the dialogues that are clearly similar to some lines mouthed by Salman in films like ‘Wanted’ and ‘Kick’. In the film ‘Wanted’ (also directed by Prabhudeva), Salman had said, "Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di toh main aapne aap ki bhi nahi sunta". In ‘Action Jackson’ Ajay says, "Na commitment, na appointment, only punishment".

That is not all. Salman’s last release ‘Kick’ featured another popular dialogue, "Main dil mein aata hoon, samajh mein nahi". Ajay Devgn in his ‘Action Jackson’ avatar says, "Pasand aaye toh dil mein warna dimag mein bhi nahi". Now whether this is a deliberate imitation to earn claps or whether Ajay Devgn is taking a dig at Salman, will be clear in the days to come.

Salman and Ajay has never been known to be friends, on the other hand, Ajay’s terms with SRK is improving these days. The trailer of ‘Action Jackson’ will also reportedly be shown with SRK’s ‘Happy New Year’. Does this have anything to do with this apparent mockery of Salman? Only time can tell.

‘Action Jackson’ is coming out on 5th December. While Ajay Devgn has claimed that he did not face any problem while romancing three heroines, he admitted that he was a bit surprised with the kind of action he did in the film. He said, “The stunts that I have done under Prabhu's supervision in this film are amazing. It's a combination of martial arts and freestyle. Some of it was new even to me, though I have been brought up right here in the movies and in the midst of film action."

The film is said to be inspired by super hit Telugu film ‘Dookudu’.  Director of the film Prabhudeva has received great success in Bollywood by remaking South Indian films. Two past examples are ‘Wanted’ and ‘Rowdy Rathore’.