Did not reject a film with Salman Khan: Vidyut Jamwal

Commando fame action star Vidyut Jamwal says he couldn't accept filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya's offer to play Salman Khan's younger brother in his next because of date issues.

hidden February 11, 2014 14:53:52 IST
Did not reject a film with Salman Khan: Vidyut Jamwal

Mumbai: Commando fame action star Vidyut Jamwal says he couldn't accept filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya's offer to play Salman Khan's younger brother in his next because of date issues.

"It would be wrong if you would say I have rejected the film (with Salman Khan). The fact is that Sooraj sir and my dates were not matching," Vidyut told reporters here Monday at a college where he was teaching self-defence techniques to girls.

Did not reject a film with Salman Khan Vidyut Jamwal

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The actor is keen to work with Salman, his favourite star.

"When you are doing cinema (films), many things tend to happen. There are one or two films that I am working upon. Besides, there are films in which I want to work - like with Salman Khan."

"I have been a huge fan of him since childhood, but if you don't have the dates, then it becomes quite difficult," he added.

Currently, Vidyut, who made his Bollywood debut with action-packed film "Force", is busy with Commando sequel.

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