The makers of the dance-reality reality show were stunned when Salman Khan apparently made some 'special' demands in exchange of appearing on the programme.
After all with Salman Khan, it’s either “my way or the highway!” Sources say that recently, the makers of a dance reality show were in for a surprise when Sallu put forth his demands in exchange of agreeing to appear on their show.
Our source says, “Salman was set to appear on the jodi-special episode. As most of the jodis had chosen to perform on his film songs, the actor had specified he did not want any track on the show that was originally filmed on him and former flame Aishwarya Rai.”
Sallu also apparently demanded that no Shah Rukh Khan track was to feature on the show. The source says, “Darsheel and Avneet performed their act to SRK’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge song. Salman appeared on the show only after the song was over.”
The source adds that during the show, the actor was also spotted sketching in his notepad. However, when the show was over, he simply picked up his notebook and left, without anyone else getting a chance to have a peek at his drawings.
Rock the floor
While on the show, Sallu’s co-star Katrina Kaif pushed him to perform with Madhuri Dixit on a Hum Aapke Hai Kaun track. Though, he was not really in the mood, he later relented. Afterwards, when the two retired to their vanity vans, Salman apparently gently reprimanded Kat for having forced him to dance.
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