Is Katrina going back to Salman after her break-up with Ranbir? Here's what she saidNew Delhi: Katrina Kaif is the most talked about actress of the B-town these days and the credit goes to her break-up with Ranbir Kapoor.Indeed, Ranbir-Katrina's split took the tinsel vile by a storm.But apart
New Delhi: Katrina Kaif is the most talked about actress of the B-town these days and the credit goes to her break-up with Ranbir Kapoor.
Indeed, Ranbir-Katrina's split took the tinsel vile by a storm.
But apart form their break-up, Katrina is making to the news because of her growing proximity with her ex-flame Salman Khan.
In fact, Katrina was reportedly spotted with Salman soon after she broke-up with Ranbir.
Later she even went on to promote her forthcoming movie ‘Fitoor' on ‘Bigg Boss 9' hosted by Salman Khan and everyone was going gaga over the chemistry between Salman and Katrina.
So far, there had been speculations about Salman Khan being one of the reasons for Ranbir-Katrina's split. Meanwhile, there has been a buzz about Salman advising Katrina to talk about her break-up with the media.
While Salman-Katrina's closeness is raising many eyebrows, Katrina herself has come forward to clear her relationship with the ‘Sultan' actor.
“A relationship or friendship or equation between two people never needs to be defined. It is important only for that two people involved to know what that equation is. In regards to Salman, what I believe in is that between us there is a lot of respect and I am sure you can see that. And for me, respect is a very important factor in any equation. The fact that there is respect says enough and there is no need to say anything more than that,” Katrina told a leading daily.
Well, Katrina's statement ensures one thing that she shares an amazing bond with her ex-flame Salman. We wonder if she'll be able to maintain a similar bond with her now ex-boyfriend Ranbir as well.
Currently, Katrina Kaif is busy promoting her upcoming movie ‘Fitoor', also starring Aditya Roy Kapur and Tabu, which will hit the theatres on February 12.