Shah Rukh Khan, Ajay Devgn hug and make up?
Zee Media Bureau/Ritika Handoo
New Delhi: The love-hate relationship between two superstars in Bollywood is not a new thing, but when Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn decide to hug in full public glare, it certainly calls for mention. According to a leading daily, King Khan and `Son of Sardar` recently hugged on the sets of Rohit Shetty film and surprised the onlookers.
If grapevine is to be believed, SRK visited Rohit Shetty on the sets of his upcoming film `Singham Returns` at the famous Mehboob studios and took everyone by surprise (including the director and actress Kareena Kapoor Khan) when he hugged Devgn. SRK`s gesture and Devgn`s hospitality startled everyone who were present at the sets, reportedly.
The actors who are known to have always maintained a safe distance from each other, got into a tight spot when in 2012 SRK`s `Jab Tak Hai Jaan` and Devgn`s `Son of Sardaar` released on the same date.
However, now it seems the actors have decided to sort their difference out and let bygones be bygones. Incidentally, SRK has given maximum hits with Devgn`s wifey Kajol. We hope with this happy ending to a bitter fall, fans of both the stars can heave a sigh of relief!
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