Sinha, who has worked with Bachchan in films like 'Bombay to Goa', 'Parwana' and 'Dostana', has written about his bitter-sweet but strong friendship with his co-star in 'Anything But Khamosh: The Shatrughan Sinha Biography'.
"The experiences I've written are of our past.... if I wouldn't have mentioned, it wouldn't have been an honest biography. But that doesn't mean that I have anything against him. It was our youth, we were mesmerised by stardom...We're friends so we have the right to fight and differ too. It is democracy," Sinha told reporters at the launch of the book.
"We have been friends for so long... These things happen. But it doesn't mean we carry forward the fight. I just wanted to tell people that in an honest biography, apart from black and white there is grey too," the BJP MP added.

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Bachchan who was present at the event, said as Sinha is younger to him, he has the right to say what he wants.
"Shatrughan is younger to me, and I believe those who are younger have the right to say whatever they want to about the elders. If this relationship of friendship wouldn't have been there then there would've been no give and take which is very necessary between friends...Getting upset, giving abuses, all these keep going on," the 73-year-old legend said.
Written by Bharathi Pradhan, the book captures Sinha's life in an honest and unflattering manner. One of its chapters apparently has `Shotgun' talking about his off-screen intimacy with co-actor Reena Roy and how the relationship continued for sometime even after his marriage with Poonam.


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