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Responding to Ranveer Singh’s method for acclaiming Sultan, Salman Khan today said that he craves killing him.
“I need to slaughter him. He went to watch the film or move? (Giggles)” he said amid a press meet here for the accomplishment of Sultan.
For the unversed, while most celebs took to Twitter to acclaim Sultan, Ranveer, not surprisingly, chose to accomplish something else.
The 31-year-old performing artist, who watched the film in Paris transformed the theater into an Indian single-screen experience, where alongside a few groups of onlookers, he was seen moving before the screen when the tune ‘Child Ko Bass Pasand Hai’ was played amid the motion picture.
The video circulated around the web in some time.
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The Bajirao Mastani on-screen character even imparted his own shenanigans on Twitter to a photo and composed, “Look at @AnushkaSharma in the back like ‘buss Kar yaar!'”
I saw that and I am going to break a seat or something on his head. Watch a film… try not to begin moving and aggravate the film.”
Bollywood star Salman Khan hit out at kindred performing artist Ranveer Singh, who was seen hitting the dance floor with the group of onlookers in a Paris theater where “Sultan” was being screened, saying he was not viewing the Salman-starrer but rather making individuals watch him.
Inquired as to whether he had seen Ranveer’s video, Salman said: “I saw that and I am going to break a seat or something on his head. Watch a film… try not to begin moving and aggravate the film.”
“I resembled ‘what is this’ I said he is not watching ‘Sultan’, he is making individuals watch him there. We ought to have charged cash for that.”
A video of Ranveer watching “Sultan” in an Indian single screen theater in the French capital alongside some group of onlookers and moving before the screen had circulated around the web in a matter of moments.