Salman Khan is known to be a fuss-free individual, and lets people be on their own. And this probably explains why and how he manages cordial relationships with his exes, barring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, ofcourse.
Salman Khan has a reputation of generally letting people lead their own lives. And this probably explains why he manages cordial relationships with his exes, barring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
A recently-taken picture doing the rounds on social media shows the superstar's ex-girlfriends Sangeeta Bijlani and Lulia Vantur partying with a bunch of other friends. Now, while some speculate that the Romanian beauty is still Salman's ladylove, a Filmfare report suggests that the two have split amicably.
The superstar's equation with Lulia has often been under the scanner, but has never been acknowledged by the actor. So, the breakup and patch-up news are mere speculations.
However, both Sangeeta and Lulia are often invited to the actor's private parties and dinners. At Salman's sister Arpita Khan's wedding with Ayush Sharma in Hyderabad, the "Kick" star reportedly introduced Lulia as his girlfriend.
"Salman and Lulia were always together. There have been rumours linking him to Jacqueline Fernandez and Daisy Shah, but the fact is that Salman is in love with Lulia. She is very comfortable with his family too," Mumbai Mirror quoted an insider from the lavish wedding.
Thanks to his friendly and carefree nature, Salman has often been linked to his co-stars. Jacqueline Fernandez, Elli Avram, Sneha Ullal and Daisy Shah are some such examples. Katrina Kaif and Somy Ali are two of his confirmed former girlfriends.
Interestingly, although his bitter breakup with Aishwarya projected him as a jealous lover, he is pretty sorted about his relationships now.
"If a person wants to go you cannot stop her from leaving. I've tried everything, from anger to emotional blackmail, from fights to tears, from possessiveness to gyaanbaazi. If they'd liked me enough, they would not have moved on. But if they'd stayed on it and been unhappy it would've filled me with guilt," Salman told The Times of India in an interview early last year.
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