I WILL GET MARRIED WHEN I WANT TO
Salman Khan’s recent public appearances with rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur has sent gossip mills spinning out of control — it is speculated that the star might finally lose his ‘eligible bachelor’ tag by the end of the year. So, when media persons got the opportunity to get it straight from the horse’s mouth at an event, they didn’t hesitate. Salman, however, was hardly amused. With a dead-pan expression, he said. “It is my thing. I don’t even know you; why should I tell you? I will get married when I want to. I will tell my family and declare it to my fans through a tweet or a
Facebook post. It is between my fans and me.” A direct query on his wedding wasn’t exactly what had got Salman hot under the collar. An earlier question on his younger brother, actor-producer Sohail Khan allegedly hurling abuses at journalists last Thursday
night seemed to have ruffled him. According to reports, Sohail and Salim Khan were exiting a suburban watering hole when a group of photographers and reporters huddled around them, seeking confirmation with regard to Salman’s speculated wedding.
Clarifying about the incident, Salman said: “He did not misbehave with anybody. Just because of competition (to break news first), you pop up in the dead of night and muh mein boom ghusa
dete ho (shove a mike down our throats). Yeh koi achhi baat hai kya? Hamare saath toh phir bhi okay hai, dad ke saath tha Sohail (Is this fair? It is okay with us, but it was my dad with Sohail)... And a journalist did that to him. That’s wrong. He’s 80 years old. What if he had lost balance and fallen? And you want to ask about my marriage at 12 in the night? You guys need to maintain some decorum. Please don’t provoke.” The same night, his other brother, Arbaaz Khan, had evaded questions on Salman’s wedding during a music concert. “Well, listen, this (event) is not for that. You think I’m going to answer that?” he had.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan.