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love u shahrukh
i m waiting for jab tak hai jaan eagerly
i hope it does well in the box office too
and no comments from me on ajay and YRF
i m srk fan and commented only for him
love him so much
The entire movie industry is a dog ear dog world... YRF is doing wrong and I am sure Ajay Devgan has also done many wrongs... So just suck it up Ajay, if a movie is good it will do well...
Eventhough am rooting fr SRK as SOS is nt much impressive but still won't appreciate this wrng doing. Every movie should gt a fair chnce n watchng it or nt should be left on audiences. I am not getting why Ajay is being thrown in wrong light its not feasible for anyone to delay the release date just few weeks bfr the release aftr so much promotion n investment, Yashiji's demise was an unfortunte incident and no one had the slightest hint that something like this would happen so calling him not respectable to the legndary film maker is a stupid thing nd all those who are calling this publicity stunt must see that its Ajay Devgan, who is a big shot in the industry as well n certainly does nt need such things to promote his movie no matter hit or flop.
I seriously hope this issue sorts out soon and both movies get their dues.
Edited on:06 November 2012 at 10:51am
I'm glad he's standing up. Completely support him.
I'm a BIG YRF lover and the loss is deeply regretted. Its not just industry's loss but everyone who has lived wonderful moments seeing the movies created by them. BUT, that doesn't mean they'll pressurize a person this way. It's not just about Ajay but also about so many people who might be dependent on the movie. No one has the right to take decision for him. And its disheartening to read about his statement regarding Aamir, Akshay and all which is indeed, unfortunately, true!
Love SRK immensely but I'll be a fool if I don't support Ajay's plight. They both have different places in people's hearts and they'll get their share of success.
Good luck to both!
He is right...the fight is not between actors but production houses...every one wants to make profit...there should be a healthy competition...both the films can do well...Diwali is a festive season...let the viewer decide what they want to see...
I do feel Ajay has a point. Hope next time this can be prevented. All movies should get a equeal chance. All the best to everyone!
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