When Sohail Khan insulted Hrithik Roshan by saying “He won’t be able to do what Nawazuddin Siddiqui does” even after 10 years of work

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When Sohail Khan compared Nawazuddin Siddiqui to Hrithik Roshan
Sohail Khan once compared Hrithik Roshan’s skills to those of Nawazuddin Siddiqui (Photo Credit – Instagram; Facebook)

Rivalry in Bollywood is not new and big stars in the industry have had a hard time due to their personal squabbles. Likewise, for a decade all was well between Salman Khan and Hrithik Roshan, things turned sour after Dabangg star made some vicious comments to the Krrish actor. Years later, even Sohail Khan took a dive into the actor while promoting Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer Freaky Ali.

For the inexperienced, Salman took Hrithik under his wing even before the actor made his film debut in the 2000 film Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai starring Ameesha Patel. The comparisons between the two actors changed when the Radhe star commented on Hrithik’s Guzaarish at an event, saying, “Arre, usme toh makhi udd rahi thi, lekin koi machhar bhi nahi gaya dekhne. Arre, koi kutta bhi nahin gaya. ”

Salman Khan’s brother and actor/filmmaker Sohail Khan directed Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer Freaky Ali. While promoting the 2016 film, the Raman Raghav actor was asked how hard it was for him to get out of his comfort zone and put on a dancing shoe. Khan answered the question on behalf of Nawaz and took a look at Hrithik Roshan.

Sohail Khan said, “If Nawaz Bhai works hard for three years, he can easily do what Hrithik Roshan does. But even if Hrithik works for 10 years, he will not be able to do what Nawaz does.”

His commentary came at a time when Roshan’s Mohenjo Daro was released and Salman chose to promote Akshay Kumar’s Rustom over Hrithik’s film.

Commenting on Salman Khan’s nasty comment about Guzaarish’s box office collection, Hrithik Roshan told ETimes: “I have always known Salman as a good man, someone I looked up to and admired and still do. He has always been a hero and will always be. But hey, it’s not heroic to laugh at or fool a filmmaker just because his box office collections don’t match yours. In my opinion, a hero never shines. When you’re super successful , in fact it should make you more merciful and loving.

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