Bollywood is full of couples who remain a ‘major thing’ for a long while, and while the public at large finally think that they are going somewhere, they break up, and the magic disappears.
Salman Khan, Bollywood’s “most eligible bachelor” has often been subjected to be a part of several such couples.
The man has been linked with many of B-town’s names, and after a long association with Aishwarya Rai coming to an end, Salman was then associated with the hottest property of Bollywood – Katrina Kaif for a rather long time.
However, that too, ended up in a bitter break-up, as Sallu and Kat are no longer seeing each other eye to eye.
Salman Khan, over all these years had refrained himself from commenting on the way Katrina’s journey in Bollywood had been going, has finally opened up on the matter once again as he commented on Katrina Kaif at Manoharbhai Patel Institute of Engineering College in Gondia.
Salman commented that “Katrina says that whatever I am today, is because of Salman Khan. Katrina Kaif has achieved everything on her own because she is very hard-working. I have NEVER seen a more hardworking girl than Katrina in my whole life.
She is India’s biggest star for you. But in my opinion, Katrina is a mazdoor (laborer). That is how much she works on herself. You guys have to learn from her.”
Salman has time and again been appreciative of Katrina’s career, and had admitted he’s a fan of the hard work she puts in.
On another previous occasion Salman had told the story of the 16-year-old girl who had been trying her best to break into the industry, and is today one of the leading ladies of Bollywood.
Despite many saying that Katrina no longer has the same drawing-power as she had in the past, she still remains one of the most uniquely talented Bollywood actresses and is indeed a true gem.
Despite Salman calling her a ‘mazdoor’, it is clear from his statement that Sallu has no ill intentions at heart, and maybe there’s still some space for the old lovers to reunite.
Miracles do happen very frequently in Bollywood movies, but can they happen in real life as well?