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"The news of me giving a Rolls Royce to Salman is completely untrue," said Sajid Nadiadwala in a Bollywood Hungama exclusive video interview. On a lighter note he added, "If anyone should be giving Rolls Royce then he should be giving to me." Elaborating on the humane side of Salman, Nadiadwala added, "Salman is always a giver, not a taker. If at all I'd have thought about (giving a Rolls Royce to him), he'd have said that please get surgeries of 500 heart patients done, or operations done of 100 patients with eyesight issue. Rolls Royce, all these are materialistic things. We've tried to rise above all this."
Kick is the first film of Salman Khan to have crossed the Rs 200 crore mark. But it was a film that was earlier supposed to be directed by Shirish Kunder. A lot has been said about relations between Farah Khan and Sajid Nadiadwala getting adversely affected because of Shirish not directing Kick. Sajid Nadiadwala rubbished all the news reports and said, "Shirish left the film. He said he is not comfortable. He said if you want I'll edit the film. When the first look promo of Kick was launched, Farah called. Your next question will be about Sajid Khan, so let me tell you that Sajid didn't want to do Housefull 3. He came to office and said I can't do it. There's no friction. A sister is sister after all. It's a small world."
Salman Khan in a Bollywood Hungama exclusive video interview stated that, "Of course I'll act in Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial next. But his nervousness will start now as to which script to choose and how to go about doing it (since his debut has become so big)." On being asked about his directorial next and how he reacts to Salman's offer-and-statement, Nadiadwala said, "This year has been very good for me. 2015 and 2016 are packed with my productions. I don't think for the next two three years I'll have any script in my mind organically (to direct). Salman is the reason because of whom I turned a director. Production is a different thing. Being a Coach is different from actually getting on the field with a bat and playing upfront. It's very nice, a big compliment coming from him."
Sajid Nadiadwala clarified that