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Shah Rukh Khan and Rohit Shetty's friendship turns sour after Dilwale's fiasco?
After the huge success of Chennai Express in 2013, Shah Rukh Khan and Rohit Shetty once again came together for Dilwale. But, while everything about the Chennai Express, from its songs to acting was appreciated by fans, who made it the biggest blockbuster of that year, Dilwale failed to create any such magic at the box office.

In fact, the film got easily ignored by movie buffs in front of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's period drama, Bajirao Mastani. And if media reports are to be believed, the film's failure has led to a rift between King Khan and the director.

There were also unconfirmed reports that both of them were about to come together for the third time, but Dilwale's fiasco made them to change their minds.

In the meantime, Rohit declared his next venture Golmaal 4 with actor Ajay Devgn. SRK and Rohit both consider each other accountable for the failure of Dilwale. Thus, their bond has gone for a toss following the debacle of the film if the reports are to be believed. 

"The film that Shah Rukh and Rohit were supposed to do together next is now shelved. They both hold each other responsible for the failure of Dilwale. Rohit feels Shah Rukh made a big mistake releasing Dilwale on the same Friday as Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Bajirao Mastani. Shah Rukh feels Rohit didn't work hard enough on Dilwale. The parting has not been amicable," said a source as per a report by India Today.

On the work front, currently both are busy with their own projects. While Shah Rukh is busy with his upcoming Raees and Dear Zindagi, Rohit is working on Golmaal 4 with Ajay Devgn. 

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