I don't believe in camps: Arjun Rampal
Reacting to reports that he has shifted his loyality from Shah Rukh Khan to Salman Khan, Arjun Rampal says he doesn't believe in such concepts and adds it's his own ability that keeps him going in the industry.
"It's all nonsense, I am telling you," the National Award winning actor told IANS.
"First of all, I don't believe in camps. I just don't. I am friends with everyone. I know Salman Khan since my modeling days and I have a lot of respect for Shah Rukh as well.
But at the end of the day, wherever I go, whatever I do, I do it with my own ability. I don't need any camps to be a part of," he added.
There were reports that Arjun, who worked with Shah Rukh in "Om Shanti Om", "RA.One", and "Don", has now shifted his loyalties towards Salman Khan.
And Arjun's tweet: "Killer first look 'Ek Tha Tiger', wow, can't wait to see this one. Awesome", added fuel to the fire.
However, Arjun feels the story was written in wrong context.
Explaining the background, the 40-year-old said: "A journalist called me and asked me that I have heard, you will go to 'Bigg Boss' to promote your film! I said, if I need to promote my film there, then I will go to promote my film. On this context, they have filed a story saying that I have left Shah Rukh's camp and entered Salman Khan's camp. What rubbish."
The actor is right now in the news for his next release "Inkaar" that focuses on sexual harassment at work place. He has teamed up with Chitrangada Singh in the movie that is coming out Jan 18.