Ranbir Kapoor on getting ₹5000 from SRK for suggesting ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’ title

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Imtiaz Ali, the director of ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’ and SRK had asked all their friends and crew members to contribute the titles they have in mind for the movie. It was fixed that the person, whose title would be selected as the final one, would win Rs. 5000 from the Raees star!

Shah Rukh Khan has finally paid Ranbir Kapoor ₹5000 for suggesting the title of his new movie ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’. The 51-year-old actor took to twitter to share a picture with Ranbir, in which he is seen handing over cash to Ranbir. “Jagga Jasoos we are quits now!!! Hisaab barabar (It’s even now). Give @karanjohar his share for the ‘Jab’ part in JHMS please,” Shah Rukh tweeted.

Karan Johar was quick to respond and clarified his share. He tweeted, “Yes am waiting !! Ranbir owes me 1,250 rupees!”

Imtiaz Ali’s birthday gathering turned into a perfect occasion that brought together both Khan and Kapoor under the same roof. The setting had both the actors settling the deal, with Khan aka Harry paying a sum of Rs. 6000 to Kapoor aka Jagga more than the promised Rs 5000.

Later, in an interview, Kapoor excitedly revealed, “I got₹6,000 – it’s something I value. I don’t think I’ll spend it. I’ll probably give this to my grandchildren saying ‘I got this from Shah Rukh Khan’.”

However, the actor refused to give Karan Johar his share of ₹1250. “I think it’s just very unfair that he’s asking for credit here. He just changed ‘when’ to ‘jab’. I don’t think there’s a big contribution to that,” Kapoor said.

Well, we loved the sweet bickering between the talented actors for the title of Ali’s next and now that all the dues are clear, we are looking forward to the first song launch of the film.

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