Shah Rukh talks about doing films with Aamir and Salman


Ever since superstars Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan became friends again, their fans have been nurturing the dream to see the three Khans together in one film. Shah Rukh and Salman have worked together in films, so has Aamir and Salman. But Shah Rukh and Aamir have not done any film together. It will be a great moment and a dream-come true for all the Khan fans when the Khan troika appear in one film.

Recently, King Khan spoke about doing films with Aamir and Salman in an interview with Hindustan Times. The ‘Chennai Express’ star said for a three-hero film, it is essential that the story gives equal importance to all the three characters.  He said a film like ‘Ghostbusters’ (1984) which has equal roles for the heros, will be necessary to cast all three of them.

“I think it’s difficult to do a three-hero film, especially when all the three heroes are leading mainstream actors. A lot of times, it gets difficult to make a film with even two smaller heroes, as both think of themselves as stars. In this case, the three of us are actually stars. But, it might not be a problem as all three of us are humble enough to understand that we are doing a film [together]. We have to choose a film in which all three of us are equal,” Shah Rukh said while commenting on Farah Khan’s recent statement that even God cannot bring the three Khans together for a film.

Shah Rukh also said that they keep meeting each other, but seldom speak about films. He added that once Salman had jokingly said they would end up fighting if they do a film together. “One day, Salman cracked a joke. He said, ‘Guys, we three won’t do a film together. We will only end up fighting. One will keep using his brains, another will finish the work quickly, and someone will not reach the sets on time,’” he said.

The actor also stated that a film with three heroes has to be produced on a massive scale and Salman had once even said there won’t be enough money. However, Shah Rukh said if required they can co-produce the film, but someone has to write a good and interesting script. 

“Today, if I were to write [a script] for Varun (Dhawan), Ranveer (Singh) and Ranbir (Kapoor), it would be hard. Not only because they should have equal roles, but because it must do justice to them all. It’s a difficult proposition to write a three-hero film, and then get three heroines, and three villains. If it happens, it’s great and even if it doesn’t, that’s also good. The three of us don’t exist because we should be in cinema together. Instead, we exist because we should be in cinema,” King Khan added.