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Katrina Kaif on Salman Khan: I’m weeping, and he’s just laughing, I started to think he’s so mean


Katrina Kaif, in a recent interview, opens up about her relationship with Salman Khan during her early Bollywood days. She emotionally shares how Tiger Zinda Hai co- star Salman was her pillar of support and believed in her even during her lowest of times when she got chucked out of John Abraham starrer, Saaya.Salman Khan spotted cycling on the roads of Mumbai, a promotional stunt for Being Human e-cycle?

Salman Khan is 51 but he doesn’t look like 51 and the simple reason behind that is that the actor is an absolute fitness freak. When he is not sweating it out in the gym, you would find him cycling on the roads of Mumbai like a common man. The actor, on the Thursday evening, decided to detox with a session of cycling to take everyone by surprise. Click further and check out more pictures…

Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan may have broken up years ago but their camaraderie still goes on. And it seems like Katrina Kaif is still grateful to Salman for being a pillar of support during her early Bollywood days. During a recent interview with Filmfare, the Jagga Jasoos star, who will soon be seen sharing screen space with the Dabangg Khan, opened up about how he has been a constant mentor in her life.
”We all know that Salman has the kind of heart that loves to help people. But for me, the greatest strength that he was to me was that he didn’t try to make things different for me, he encouraged me every moment to stand up, find my own feet and work hard,” she said. On being asked further about the best and worst moments she shared with Salman, Katrina chuckled it off saying that there will have to be a separate show for it.
However, the 33-year-old actress later shared an anecdote, where she had Salman as her pillar of strength during her early days in Bollywood, “He always had a lot of belief in me. I was to be a part of the movie Saaya. Anurag Basu was the director, John Abraham was the hero and I was cast in the film. I was called one night for a shot. It was a silent shot, that too I was playing a ghost. It was a passing shot. After shooting for two days, I was told I am chucked out. When I left the room, I started crying, I was bawling my eyes out,” she said.