Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who turned 50 today, said the clash between his film 'Dilwale' and 'Bajirao Mastani' was unfortunate, but the star wished luck to the Sanjay Leela Bhansali film.
'Dilwale', directed by Rohit Shetty will hit the theatres with Ranveer Singh-Deepika Padukone-Priyanka Chopra starter period drama on December 18.
"Two films are coming together and all are friends are working in it, including the director the producers... I would want their movie to be a huge huge hit," the 'Veer Zara' actor told reporters here.
"Rohit, Me, Kajol, Kriti, Varun all have worked hard too. It is unfortunate that both the films are coming together. I feel bad when other films come with mine... But I wish both of them are successful," he added.
'Dilwale' reunites the iconic pair of Shah Rukh-Kajol five years after their 2010 drama 'My Name is Khan'.
"I believe we are going through a time where two films releasing together can do good. 'Lagaan' and 'Gaddar' were successful too. So hopefully it'll be good. It (Bajirao Mastani) will be a beautiful film, ours is good too.
"It's unfortunate but films will clash. All our love and affections are with Bajirao Mastani, that nothing wrong will happen or be spoken... I'll be happy if both the films become successful," he said.