Salman Khan and Katrina kaif
Salman Khan and Katrina kaifVarinder Chawla

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif were once one of the most popular real-life couples. Although they are no longer in a romantic relationship, it looks like Katrina is still quite possessive about her former beau.

Salman and Katrina are all set to re-appear on the big screen in Tiger Zinda Hai. Fans are eagerly waiting to see their on-screen chemistry yet again in the movie. While the actress has been shooting with Salman for the upcoming movie, it looks like Katrina does not want Alia Bhatt, or maybe any other actress, to work with the superstar.

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Salman, Katrina and Alia were attending a media conference for the upcoming IIFA 2017. When Alia was asked about any possibility of working with Salman, Katrina jumped in to reply. "I don't know, but I really hope soon. And I think you should ask Salman," Hindustan Times quoted the Bang Bang actress as saying.

Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in Ek Tha TigerYRF Facebook Official Page

While Salman then joked about the age difference between him and Alia saying, "We are trying to remake Papa The Great", Katrina quickly added, "Please leave Alia for Varun Dhawan and Salman for me."

If that was not enough, Katrina continued with some praising words for Salman when asked if it is difficult to work with the actor. "No, with Salman, it is always entertainment and that is the most wonderful thing. It's entertainment around for you. So, it's like a continuous TV show. He has a lot of love to give so you feel happy and good," Katrina said.

Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan
Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan in Ek Tha TigerReuters

We wonder if all these verbal PDA from Katrina for Salman is genuine or it is just for the sake of their upcoming movie Tiger Zinda Hai. Considering the fact that Katrina too is single now, is she willing to get back with the superstar? Well, there can be a host of speculations, and the duo's of late bonding is certainly grabbing a lot of attention.