Mumbai: Actor Randeep Hooda says he and superstar Salman Khan are good friends and have same kind of sense of humour as well as interests.
The two actors worked together for the first time in Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial venture "Kick" and now the duo will be seen in Aditya Chopra's home production film "Sultan".
"I think me and Salman are different kind of friends. We are other kind of buddies as well (laughs). We have similar interests and very similar sense of humour," Randeep told PTI.
Thwe 39-year-old actor, however was not willing to share details about "similar interests". The duo seem to share a great camaraderie both on and off screen.
"He (Salman) is a different breed altogether...He is a different case altogether. We are good friends off screen as well since long time. With this film (Sultan) we got more time to spend together," he said.
"I like his company I hope he likes mine as well. Its good fun. If this film (Sultan) had somebody else I wouldn't have done it. But since he (Salman) was there I was like let's do it again," he added.
The "Sarbjit" actor reveals in "Kick" his role was full fledged while in the Ali Abbas Zafar-directed movie he has a small part to play.
"It's a chapter in Sultan's life. It is not that bigger a role," he adds. Randeep plays the role of a MMA fighter in his upcoming film "Do Lafzon Ki Kahani," in and "Sultan" he is essaying the role of the 50-year-old actor's trainer.
"Whatever I learnt in 'Do Lafzon Ki Kahani' I taught that to Salman in "Sultan". I trained for 'Do Lafzon Ki Kahani' so I know what the coach does. So it was simple," he added.
Also starring Anushka Sharma, "Sultan" is set to release this Eid.