The actor sidestepped the question of his impending clash with SRK at the press conference for Mohenjo Daro by leaving it to the producers.
Shah Rukh and I have left Kaabil and Raees clash to producers: Hrithik Roshan
Mumbai - 12 Jul 2016 18:48 IST
Hrithik Roshan is getting really good at dodging bullets from the media these days. Speaking at the press conference for his next, Ashutosh Gowariker's Mohenjo Daro, the actor said that there is no rivalry between him and Shah Rukh Khan over the impending clash of their films.
Hrithik said, "SRK and I have spoken. We have decided to leave this issue to the producers."
Kaabil and Raees will release on 26 January next year. Raees was initially scheduled to release on Eid, but was moved in view of the release of Salman Khan's Sultan. Shah Rukh, in a recent interview, had stated, "I knew Hrithik's film was coming but he had not started the film then. We talked to Hrithik and Riteish (Sidhwani), Farhan (Akhtar) are meeting him and Rakeshji (Roshan) on 11th or 12th this month. Then they will finalise on what's to be done."
While the clash between Kaabil and Raees will take place only next year, Hrithik has another big clash to prepare for. Mohenjo Daro releases on the same day as Akshay Kumar's Rustom. Both films are highly anticipated.
It is going to be interesting to see how Hrithik manages to fare in this one.