Salman Khan Takes a Jibe on Katrina Kaif, Check how Netizens react
Salman Khan is known for his massive fan following across the globe. The popular Bollywood actor mostly known as a Bhaijaan once took a funny dig at his former co-star Katrina Kaif during his show where she had come to promote her film. When asked about his thoughts on Katrina, Salman quipped, “Abhi aapne pakda hai Ranbir Kapoor and Imran Khan ko” (You have just caught Ranbir Kapoor and Imran Khan), referring to the actresses’ past relationships with the two actors.
He then added that if she needs some younger one she can try him when he dances like a kid with a smile. The comment was made in a light-hearted manner, and the audience laughed along with Salman. However, the comment quickly went viral on social media, with many netizens criticizing Salman for his insensitive remark. You can check the video that is going viral at the moment.
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This has led to a buzz around the post when his fans reacted to the post. Some users felt that the comment was in bad taste and showed a lack of respect towards Katrina and her personal life. Others defended Salman, arguing that he was just joking and that people should not take his comments too seriously.
Despite the mixed reactions, many netizens expressed concern over Salman’s recent behavior and appearance, with some suggesting that he seemed unhappy or depressed. Several users commented on his facial expressions during the press conference, noting that his smile seemed forced and that he appeared to be struggling with something.
The incident highlights the complex dynamics between Bollywood stars and their personal lives. While it is common for actors to make jokes and comments about each other’s past relationships, it is also important to remember that these are real people with real emotions and feelings.
As for Salman, it remains to be seen how he will respond to the criticism and whether he will address the concerns raised by his fans. In the meantime, his comment about Katrina has sparked a conversation about the boundaries of humor and respect in Bollywood and beyond.