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    Shahrukh Khan finds Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Son Of Sardar's controversy silly!


    Jab Tak Hai Jaan
    Mumbai: According to Shahrukh Khan, the current ongoing controversy regarding the number of screens alloted for the release of his film Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Ajay Devgn's Son of Sardar is "silly and strange".

    "Instead of being disheartened, it is silly, it is not just right. I don't know how it gets resolved. Is someone going to tell me not to release my film on Friday," SRK told the PTI. "I don't understand it... I find it very strange rather than disheartening. What is the meaning of all this? The film is coming out, let's pray for each other's film. I think both the movies will do well," the actor added.

    Khan feels that if the makers of Son of Sardar had an issue with the number of theatres, then they could have released the film a week ago. "My logic is if you are worried that you have less number of theatres then you should have booked it earlier. Because your business house has not done it and the other has done it why are you holding that against us, why is there an issue?" he said. "If you have an option then you can come like this Friday, it is completely for you to choose. Either do it one week before or after but if you have decided to do it together then release it," he said.

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