How the mighty keep themselves occupied is mighty interesting. Aditya Chopra and Karan Johar, who are (or should that read who were?) die hard Shah Rukh Khan loyalists are now getting swayed by Salman's popularity. Salman's career seems to divided into two clear slots. Salman before Dabangg (September 2010) and Salman post Dabangg. A trade source says, "It's like the BC and AD phase of the Lord.''
Having said that, the latest development is really amusing. Aditya wooed Salman relentlessly; even used Katrina Kaif's good books to get him to sign Ek Tha Tiger with Yashraj. And the bespectacled director went to Gaiety cinemas, Bandra, in Mumbai to check out the response to Salman's Ready. Having realised that Salman can bring the house down at the single screens, Adi decided to get a first hand account for himself. On Friday, June 3, Karan Johar chose Chandan cinema, another single screen theatre, located in Juhu, to find out the response to Ready. Karan wants Rensil D'Silva (Kurbaan) to make his next film with Salman Khan for Dharma Productions. A source indicates that even as this piece gets published Rensil will board a flight to Patiala where Salman is
shooting for Bodyguard and give the actor a narration.