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SRK pays Hrithik midnight visit to dissolve Raees-Kaabil clash

Updated: Jul 19, 2016 14:38 IST

New Delhi, July 19 (ANI): Looks like Shah Rukh Khan really wants things to work out to avoid the biggest clash next year between 'Raees' and 'Kaabil,' hence he paid a visit at Hrithik Roshan's Juhu home last night.

Reportedly, the 'Dilwale' actor had a chat with producer of the film Rakesh Roshan for few hours.

He then took to his Twitter handle to post, "Met friend/mentor/family after many a days.Mr. R.Roshan reminded me.it's not important to do 2 much, it's important to get 1 right. Thx sir."

This shows, the meeting must have ended on a happy note. Ritesh Sidhwani was too spotted with SRK outside the Roshans' house.

Although, nothing about the meeting has been officially announced out yet.

Earlier, while interacting with the media during Eid, SRK said, "We have spoken to Hrithik and also Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar (producers of Raees). That was a month ago, but I guess now we can do some adjustments. Rakeshji ( Kaabil producer Rakesh Roshan) and Ritesh and Farhan will be meeting again. We are trying to figure things out, so we don't have a clash."

Further explaining the reason, the actor said, "I think a big film should release in 3,500-4,000 theatres. When two big films release, we don't get the magnitude of theatrical release we want. Till the time we don't have 8,000-10,000 theatres, no two big films can come. Raees is nearly ready, we are only left to shoot that last shot."

Hrithik too was quizzed about the same at the 'Mohenjo Daro' press conference, where he said, "SRK and I are actors and this should be left to the producers to discuss."

However, giving an interesting turn to the tale, director Sanjay Gupta took to Twitter handle to announce, he wrote, "Dear All, KAABIL releases on Jan 26, 2017. Absolutely no change in date. Hope this clears all unnecessary rumours. Warm regards." (ANI)

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