Bollywood is full of various stories about film stars. In such a situation, Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai’s love story and breakup always make headlines. After the film ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’, the two got close and started their love story, but after almost 2 years of relationship, the two got separated. Between this love affair and the breakup, there was an occasion when Salman Khan refused to be Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s brother. Yes, you understood it right, we are talking about the film where Salman was first offered the role of Shahrukh but Salman turned it down due to his relationship with Aishwarya.
Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai were supposed to be siblings in this film.
Even today, discussions of Salman and Aishwarya’s love story remain in the headlines on social media. Their breakup has also always been a topic of discussion. Meanwhile, today we are going to tell you about a film that would have seen the brother-sister duo of Salman and Aishwarya on the big screen if Salman Khan had said yes. Yes, we are talking about the Bollywood film Josh, for which Salman Khan was approached before Shah Rukh Khan. In an interview, Ash himself revealed that Salman was offered the role of his brother in Josh before Shah Rukh Khan. Talking about the star cast of the film, Ash said that in Devdas we were a couple and in Josh Shah Rukh and I became brothers and sisters. Ash said that I have no particular complaint with this role, I wanted to work with Mansoor Khan and I loved my role in this film. This role was totally different.
Salman refused to be Aishwarya’s brother
Ash said he wanted to work with Mansoor. Earlier there was talk of Salman Khan replacing Shah Rukh Khan for the film and Aamir Khan’s name came up for the role of Chandrachud Singh. Then don’t know what happened and later Shah Rukh came in as my brother and Chandrachud was cast as Aamir. I didn’t know anything about this but later the starcast changed. Ash said that I agreed when new people came into the role because I didn’t mind. Let us tell you that Josh happened at a time when the news of Salman and Ash’s closeness was in discussion in Bollywood. In such a situation, while the two were together in real life, Salman Khan had objections to being Ash’s reel life brother and turned down the role. Shah Rukh Khan, who had worked with Aish in Devdas, had no objection to the role and immediately agreed to the role.