Why did Salman Khan miss ‘Ship of Theseus’ screening hosted by Aamir Khan?
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Salman Khan – who is one of Aamir Khan’s best buddies in Tinsel Town – skipped the special screening of ‘Ship of Theseus’ hosted by Aamir and his wife Kiran Rao.
According to a daily, Aamir revealed that he had invited his ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ co-star, Salman Khan, for the special screening but he could not make it because his flight got delayed.
Salman was to fly in from Hyderabad - where he is currently shooting for ‘Mental’ – for the special screening of debutant director Anand Gandhi`s ‘Ship of Theseus’.
A host of B-Town celebs who attended the screening included rumoured lovebirds Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, Priyanka Chopra, Rajukumar Hirani, Rani Mukerji, Kangana Ranaut, Imran Khan, Ayushmann Khurrana, Ashutosh Gowarikar and many more.
The film – which is being presented by Rao – will hit theaters this Friday. Prior to its release it has garnered a lot of praise by those who have had the privilege to see it.
After watching the movie Ranbir said “It was a very wonderful film, very powerful. I don`t think any other film has moved me so much as `Ship Of Theseus`. I think Anand has definitely reached the audience.”
Rajkumar Hirani – who is famous for movies like ‘Munna Bhai’ and ‘3 Idiots’ – said “This is a film that kind of shakes you from the soul. The film has been made so realistically that I just don`t have words ... people have to watch the film to see how it can shake you up.”
He added “Now it feels that the kind of cinema that we have been making so far is so inconsequential and small.”
Too bad Salman missed it!
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