Sonu Sood, who has had quite a journey in Bollywood since his debut in ‘Shaheed-E-Azam’ (2002), has confessed that his decision to sign movies is predominantly based on the production house rather than giving importance to one particular camp.
According to Hindustan Times, Sood commented saying, “I am open to work with all good production banners. The reason I get comfortable with any camp is because I�۪m friends with everyone in the industry.”
Having worked with Shah Rukh Khan in ‘Happy New Year’ (2014) and Salman Khan in ‘Dabangg’ (2010), ��also now makes him one of the few actors who has managed to share screen space with both superstars in recent times, proving that he is not one to take sides. “I�� don�۪t think my friendship with [Shah Rukh Khan] or my friendship with Salman changes any equation ��� they are two different sides of the coin. I am equally close to Salman as I am to Shah Rukh.�
The ‘Singh is Kinng’ (2008) star even recalled an incident associated with��both Khans from the sets of Farah Khan directorial ‘Happy New Year’, ���While shooting…I was having lunch with Salman in the studio next door, and again I was shooting with SRK. So it�۪s not that I discuss both of them with each other. They are great people and they have experienced life; they have sensibility to judge a person. So if I am close to them, they must have seen something in me to do so.�
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