OMG: Salman Khan to quit Twitter for Shah Rukh Khan?

| Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - 13:20
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Salman Khan to quit Twitter for Shah Rukh?

Actor Salman Khan in a late night rant on Twitter, warned his followers to troll his ‘Khan friends’ including Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan at their own risk. ‘Dabangg’ Khan even threatened to quit the social networking site if things don’t get any better.

All three Khans of Bollywood have formed their own universe in the industry with satellite of other stars surrounding them. Even at 50 or almost around that, these guys are amongst the most paid actors in the fraternity and hold a strong command on the Box Office unlike any other actor.

The rivalry between SRK and Salman that has been public for long ended last year and since then, the film industry ruling trio have presented themselves as a united group to the world. 

Popular Director and Producer Sajid Nadiadwala even went on to say during the recent IIFA weekend that that all Khans have ‘always been friends’ and recognized the broadly reported grudge as ‘acting’.

Things became all the more clear when Shah Rukh attended Salman’s younger sister Arpita Khan’s wedding and also promoted the upcoming movie of the ‘Kick’ actor ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ on his Twitter handle before anybody else along with Aamir Khan. 

While the Bollywood frenzy generation continues to rank all Khans in their favourite order, largely keeping Salman on No. 1, Salman has returned the favour by lashing out at people over their public bickering.

Speaking also on behalf of other two Khans, Salman sent out these strong messages late last night. 

Further slamming the use of ‘false identities’ by some people, Salman said that if the troll continued in the same, he shall quit Twitter

Let’s take a look on why Salman was upset last night:

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