The cold war between Bollywood superstars Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan in 2008 was one of the most-talked-about and sensitive topics, which led to two groups in B-town - SRK's camp and Salman's camp.

However, in a few years they became friends again during the wedding of Salman Khan's sister in 2014. The big patch up news grabbed national headlines for days and the picture of Salman, SRK along with Arpita Khan went viral.

But what triggered the fight between Salman and Shah Rukh Khan? How did it all start? 
Salman and Shah Rukh Khan's fight took place at Katrina Kaif's birthday bash in 2008. 

Salman Khan talks about Shah Rukh Khan:
We came across an old interview, where Salman was asked what the reason behind his fight with King Khan was. The actor responded by saying that their thinking does not match.

In an interview with Star News, Salman Khan said, "Thinking does not match. He is doing very well for himself, God bless him. I am doing pretty okay for myself. He may be right in his own way, I am right in my own way. He works for a lot of people, I do the same."

He also said there was no ego clash between the superstars, "No, there is no ego clash. It's just a difference in thinking. I may be wrong, or he may be wrong, but there is a difference."

Shah Rukh Khan on Salman Khan: 
During Zero promotions, SRK talked about Salman Khan, who played a cameo in his movie, "We are boys. Like it happens between two guys, we argue, we hug each other also. At times, a small argument turns into a big one, again sometimes our bonding appears to be like that of Ram and Lakhan. We are very easy with each other, and we love each other. There was never such distance between us like it was believed to be. We can get angry with each other, but that does not mean we are not going to talk to each other ever again."


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Currently, Shah Rukh is busy producing content for streaming service Netflix. His first production Bard of Blood, featuring Emraan Hashmi, will premiere on the platform on September 27. Through his banner, Red Chillies Entertainment, 53-year-old Shah Rukh is also producing a horror series, Betaal, for Netflix. Apart from this, he has also shot for a Netflix stand-alone special with veteran talk show host David Letterman.

On the other hand, Salman Khan is currently busy shooting for Dabangg 3. The movie is slated for a December 2019 release. However, on the work front too Salman had a set back as Sanjay Leela Bhansali film starring him and Alia Bhat has been reportedly dropped. Salman has confirmed that he has opted out of the project.