SRK does not mind Salman imitating DDLJ scene

Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan is unperturbed despite reports that Salman Khan will imitate the famous train sequence involving him and Kajol from `Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge` in his upcoming flick `Bodyguard`.
The actor said that he has no issues with Salman copying the scene and added that he is indeed happy that his movies inspire people from the industry.
"I believe the credit goes to Aditya Chopra and he has all the reasons to be flattered. But it`s nice as I want to make people smile with my movies and if my films in turn inspire them, I am happy about it," Shahrukh told reporters here.
"I feel movies like `Maine Pyar Kiya` and `Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge` changed the entire scene of romantic movies in the 90s," he said.
Apparently Salman has shot a scene similar to the one in DDLJ, in which Raj (Shahrukh) pulls Simran (Kajol) aboard a moving train, with London belle Hazel Keech for `Bodyguard`.

The scene was reportedly shot recently at Mumbai Central station.
24-year old Hazel, who hails from London and is of Indian-British parentage, makes her Bollywood debut with the film.
`Bodyguard` is a romantic-action film directed by Siddique. A remake of the director`s own 2010 Malayalam film, `Bodyguard` is being produced by Atul Agnihotri and stars Salman and Kareena Kapoor in lead roles.
The film is slated to release on August 31 this year.