When Sylvester Stallone confused Salman Khan with Bobby Deol
Khan had shared a video of the 'Rocky' actor talking about his next directorial project 'Creed 2'.
Salman had yesterday shared a video of the "Rocky" actor talking about his next directorial project "Creed 2".
"While I introduce the 'Race 3' family this week, this is something all of you should know," Salman said on Twitter while sharing a message on "Creed 2" from the 71-year-old action star.
In a bid to reciprocate, Stallone wished Salman best of luck on his official Instagram page but apparently missed his target, sharing the poster featuring Bobby's character instead of Salman's.
While I introduce the #race3 family this week, this is something all of you should know . https://t.co/Zj1xpyb3Lx— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) 1521624600000
"The very best wishes to very talented film hero Salman Khan For his next film 'Race 3'!@beingsalmankhan" Stallone wrote.
"Race 3", directed by choreographer-filmmaker Remo D'Souza, also stars Anil Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez and Daisy Shah.
Bollywood fans were quick to spot the goof-up and asked the "Rocky" star to rectify the mistake. One said the goof-up smacked of racism with Stallone not being able to differentiate between one brown actor and another.