Agra: Munna Bhai says there's no bad blood between him and the 'Dabangg' of Bollywood.
Sanjay Dutt and Salman Khan have been great buddies, but there have been reports claiming all is not well between the two since the former described Salman as 'arrogant'.
The 57-year-old, who has worked with the 'Sultan' star in films like 'Saajan' and 'Chal Mere Bhai', defended his choice of word at a press event of his upcoming film 'Bhoomi' and said there's "nothing wrong in being arrogant."
"There's no problem between me and Salman. And there's nothing wrong in being arrogant. Arrogant is not a bad word. It's just an expression. I can be arrogant. But I can be a lovable arrogant," Sanjay said.
Dutt, who is currently in Agra for the film's shoot along with Shekhar Suman and Aditi Rao Hydari, also spoke about the new age actors.
"I like Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh. Varun Dhawan has done some good work and even Alia Bhatt. I think they are really good. They work professionally and perform well," he added.
Sanjay's role will be essayed by the 'Tamasha' star in the upcoming biopic directed by Rajkumar Hirani.
When asked as to whose biopic the actor would like to work in, the 'Haseena Maan Jaayegi' star joked, "I would like to work in my own biopic but I have aged now! On a serious note, I haven't thought about this as yet."
Sanjay Dutt's comeback film ' Bhoomi' is being directed by Omung Kumar and would hit the big screens on August 4....