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Karan Johar Denies Signing Aamir, Salman for Rs 300 Cr

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Filmmaker-producer Karan Johar has slammed reports that he has signed Bollywood superstars Aamir and Salman Khan for Rs 150 crore each.

According to reports, Johar had offered Aamir Rs 150 crore for Dharma Productions' next project, while he had given the similar amount to Salman for starring in his ambitious project Shhuddhi.

"Apparently I have paid 300 crores to 2 major super stars... Yes!! If this is true then I am also looking for a job, a house, and a life!!" Johar tweeted.

Johar has confirmed roping in Salman for Shhuddhi which was in limbo after Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor opted out of the project. He, however, is yet to confirm whether Aamir is a part of Dharma Productions' next or not.

Aamir and Salman made their debut appearance on 'Koffee With Karan' in the last season of the show.

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