thank you very much
I think Mr Aiyappan is being unfair to SRK and Aishwarya.
Despite what people may think about him, SRK has always tackled different roles. It can be argued that SRK was the one who changed the perception of the modern leading actor in Hindi cinema. SRK does not overly rely on his "Raj/Rahul" image - if so, please explain Darr, Bazigar, Swades, Asoka, Devdas and Chak De India?
Aishwarya can do a lot of product endorsements because, as a brand ambassador, she is very saleable. Further, as she acts in a few films, brand endorsements is a good way of staying in the public's eye. She is stunning and her performance in Jodha Akbar proves that her acting has not suffered at all.
Salman Khan does need to sort himself out before it is too late. In 2000, Salman was at the top of his game. After the successes of Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, Biwi Number 1 and Hum Saath Saath Hain (all in 1999), Salman should have followed Aamir Khan and SRK's examples by becoming more selective in his choice of films and people he should work with. Salman did not do this and instead released terrible films like Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega, Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge, Kahin Pyar Na Ho Jaye etc. After Tere Naam, he had a second chance to sort things out. Now, it may be too late for him to make a big comeback. A lot will ride on Veer and London Dreams - but if anyone can make a comeback, it is Salman Khan.