Aamir Khan, who is not aware of the clash, has reacted diplomatically by saying that two good films co-exist. "There is always room for two good films. They can co-exist. Remember Dil and Ghayal were released on the same day? Again Lagaan and Gadar hit screens together. So it's not new for me," he signed off, the Times of India quoted the actor as saying.
On the other hand, Amitabh Bachchan, who is returning to his trademark avatar of an angry man, is yet to start the promotional activities. Meanwhile, the trailer of the film, which was released recently has grabbed the attention of the audience.
Bollywood perfectionist Aamir Khan and B-town shehanshah Amitabh Bachchan are heading for a box-office (BO) clash. The Ghajini star's home production Delhi Belly and AB Corp's Bbuddah are releasing on June 1, which means the movies will compete each other at the BO.