Kim Kardashian Once Chose Salman Khan Over Shah Rukh Khan For Her Entry In Bollywood; Read On

There have been reports on the past stating that Kim Kardashian was impressed with both, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan but wanted to work with Dabangg Khan first

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Kim Kardashian Once Chose Salman Khan Over Shah Rukh Khan For Her Entry In Bollywood; Read On
There have been so many Bollywood stars who have ventured into Hollywood. Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Anupam Kher and many more have ventured into Hollywood. And well, many Hollywood stars too have made their appearances in Bollywood films. Long time ago, whispers were being heard that Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kim Kardashian is keen on venturing into Bollywood. Though that has not happened yet, it was reported that Kim was highly impressed by Salman Khan.

In 2011, Kim's close friend Sheeraz Hasan had stated, "Kim Kardashian is very interested in doing a Bollywood film. Over the last 12 months, she’s been approached by Bollywood producers who want her to do a dance number. We thought it was a great idea. She asked me for names she could debut with, and there can be no one besides Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan," as reported by TOI.

Sheeraz had further added that Kim was highly impressed by both SRK and Salman, but wanted to work with Dabangg Khan first. Sheeraz stated, "She said I want to work with both of them, but I’d like to work with Salman first" as reported by the portal. Well, wouldn't it have been great to see Kim dancing with Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan? Sure, it would have been!

Currently, Kim is in the news because of her divorce with rapper husband Kanye West. After several years of being Mr and Mrs, Kim and Kanye decided to part ways. They have four kids together. Watch this space for more updates. 





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