All’s well that ends well. Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan and Shirish Kunder called a truce Tuesday, a day after they were embroiled in a scuffle at a party. Shirish said their friendship has become stronger than ever now.
“Sajid Nadiadwala and Sajid Khan were the mediators and had arranged a meeting. Whatever issues we had, we kept before each other and the misunderstanding has been solved. Things are sorted out now and our friendship is renewed,” Shirish said after the patch-up.
Shirish along with his wife Farah Khan, brother-in-law Sajid Khan and Hindi film producer Sajid Nadiadwala had arranged the meeting at Shah Rukh’s house Mannat.
“It was a mutual thing and was not about saying sorry to each other. Since I am younger I can’t expect Shah Rukh to say sorry. We kept our egos aside and were gracious enough about it. Being the younger, I should have not reacted like this. Our relationship has become stronger like never before. Everything that was said has been cleared face to face now,” he added.
Shah Rukh is alleged to have hit Shirish at a bash organised by Sanjay Dutt to celebrate the success of Agneepath. The fight is said to have taken place at a popular club in the early hours of Monday.
Farah, who was the first one to speak about the incident, is also happy that things are sorted out.
“It was really ugly what has been happening since yesterday. It was getting blown out of proportion. With all kind of different rumours and stories, it was just too much of negativity to handle. I thank Sajid Nadiadwala and my brother Sajid Khan that they took the initiative and we met up,” she told the media.
“It is not pleasant episode to have happened. Things were going out of hand, everyone wanted to take sides and Shah Rukh, Gauri, Shirish and me were the ones who were getting affected directly by what was happening,” she added.
“Fights happen in every family and you have to sort it out and ours is now finally sorted. What we spoke is a very personal thing but everything is sorted and all the people who were getting entertained by this, just want to say ‘sorry’, as they won’t be getting entertained anymore,” she added.