Kareena-Imran take a dig at Salman Khan?

glamsham.com editorial
11 September 2013

By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial

The trailer of Kareena Kapoor and Imran Khan starrer GORI TERE PYAAR MEIN is finally out. The film is directed by I HATE LUV STORYS director, Punit Malhotra.

As per the trailer, the film is 'a story of instant pyaar' between 'the ultimate aashik' Imran Khan and the 'hardcore kranti quuen' Kareena Kapoor. It's also about their 'contant takraar'. Imran character tries his best to woo Kareena and his efforts even involve visiting a remote village where Kareena is settled for 11 months.

Towards the end of the trailer, Imran in a shayari mood says:

"Dil Deke Darde Mohabbat kiya hai,

Soch samajh ke ye sauda kiya hai,

O maine pyaar kiya hai, pyaar kiya hai, pyaar kiya hai."

To this, a visibly unpleased Kareena calls him "O Salman Khan."

It seems that the makers of the film have taken a dig (in good humour, we suppose) at Salman Khan and his film MAINE PYAAR KIYA. We wonder how Salman Khan would react to this.

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