November 17, 2014

Shah Rukh Khan - Salman Khan Kiss & Make Up at Arpita Khan's Wedding Sangeet Ceremony

So, here is the picture of the year or easily can say the moment of the year when two of the friends turned foe and again turned friends has kissed and make up at Arpita Khan's Wedding Sangeet ceremony. This is definitely the moment of the year and good news for all those die-hard friends of both the super star. 

Arpita Khan who is the younger sister of Salman Khan is having her wedding sangeet ceremony yesterday. SRK is also very close to Arpita and like a Brother to her. Media was speculating whether SRK will attend Arpita's Weddning ceremony as he has a love hate relationship with Salman Khan. But quashing all reports SRK took time to attend the sangeet ceremony and there not only he met Salman Khan but also hugged him in front of media. Both SRK and Salman kissed Arpita in same photo frame and that picture is going to be an event to be in years to come.

So, have a look at two of the precious pictures of the year featuring SRK and Salman together in one frame at Arpita Khan's Wedding Sangeet Ceremony:

1. SRK-Salman kissing Arpita.

2. SRK-Salman hugging in front of Media.

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  1. awesome yeh toh haters ke mu pe thappar hai bahutt bada who barked that Sallu and SRK are enemy shame on you haters, i think amir khan also have to come and blessed her

  2. My 2 favorite KHAN's under 1 roof, its AWE movement :)

  3. I wanna se both of them in a movie again

  4. The makers of Shah Rukh Khan starrer Happy New Year has now another reason to be happy after making a hefty business at the Box Office worldwide. Directed by Farah Khan, HNY makes it to the Oscars Library now. Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has officially selected the screenplay of Happy New Year for its permanent Core Collection.The Oscar Library will add the screenplay which is accessible to students, filmmakers, writers, actors and others from the field of cinema, for the purpose of research. Over the years, this collection has grown to include scripts for more than 11,000 produced films spanning the years 1910 to the present.