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Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan who will be hosting the seventh season of Colors reality show, "Bigg Boss" says that Shah Rukh Khan is welcome to come on the show and promote his films.

"Of course, he can come. If he is promoting his next film, he is more than welcome," Salman said at the launch of the show held here Wednesday.

The two actors have been giving the cold shoulder to each other since five years now. But recently they were seen sharing a hug during an Iftaar party. Salman said that hugging Shah Rukh was the natural thing to do.

"I feel that it was Ramadan time...This gesture should be done by everyone. It is a good thing to shake hands and hug," he said.

He further added that if he has to, he will compete with Shah Rukh through his work.

"If we have to hit at each other, we will do so through our work. Aamir is also coming (with his film now) and there is Ranbir too," he said.

The actor will be seen hosting "Bigg Boss" for the fourth time. "Bigg Boss Season - Saath 7" will be aired from Oct 15th on Colors.

IANS

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