Salman Khan and marriage are like two poles of a magnet. Fans have been waiting since ages to see their favourite star getting hitched to the love of his life and the wait seems to be never ending. Salman is asked about his marriage plans at every event that he goes to and this time, he himself made fun of his own situation.
In the grand finale episode of Bigg Boss, a six-year-old contestant from the show Dance Deewane claimed that Salman was married. In response, Salman made fun of himself and said that he would have had grandkids his age, had he "married at the right age!"
It was when the kid came on the stage, Salman asked his name and he replied, "I am like your younger brother, Sohail Khan." Salman then said, "Agar meri shaadi time pe ho gayi hoti to tumhare jitne mere grandkids hote! (Had I gotten married at the right age, my grandkids would have been your age right now)"View this post on Instagram
Salman’s private life has been a major point of interest since forever. He was rumoured to be in a relationship with Katrina Kaif for several years and was most recently rumoured to be dating singer Iulia Vantur.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Salman has several projects in the pipeline. He will be seen next in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai co-starring Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff, and Randeep Hooda. He has been filming for Antim: The Final Truth co-starring Aayush Sharma. He will also collaborate with Pooja Hegde in Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali.View this post on Instagram
Salman’s Radhe was supposed to release last year on Eid but was pushed due to the coronavirus outbreak worldwide. Now, the film will be releasing on Eid this year. In an interaction earlier, Salman had said, “We have made three movies that are ready for release. Theatres are looking like graveyards right now. There are also so many theatre owners who have had to close down because of financial reasons. It is not a good thing that theatres are closing down. This is our business. Our work is to act and make movies. Where will we show our movies (if theatres close down)? It is like a catch 22 situation. They are incomplete without us, and we are incomplete without them.”
He added, “They (exhibitors) had requested us to release Radhe in theatres, and now that things have eased down and we are seeing people roaming around normally, we can do it (release the film in cinema halls). Theatre owners are going to be careful (about Coivd-19 protocols), and I’d request fans to be cautious too. They should sanitize their hands, keep a safe distance and be responsible. Now that the vaccines have come, I think we are all heading towards a safe zone. I am hoping 2021 and 2022 are better than 2020 for all of us.”
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