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Salman-Katrina going strong

entertainment Updated: Jan 13, 2010 00:33 IST
Roshmila Bhattacharya
Roshmila Bhattacharya
Hindustan Times
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Salman and Katrina

While the world goes berserk speculating whether actors Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are still together, we found out otherwise.



In the middle of an interview with Salman for his forthcoming

Veer

at Mumbai’s Mehboob Studio on Wednesday evening, actress Katrina Kaif, who is also there for a soft drink ad film shoot, suddenly strolls up. She greets the actor with a kiss and they exchange a few pleasantries. And as she walks away, Salman squints at her dress and asks, “Is that what you’re wearing in front of the camera?” Katrina nods and continues on her way with Salman shouting out loud, “Pull it up a bit then,” and shrugging as he turns to face us again.



Hey, buzz is that all’s not well between Katrina and you? “So, who was that? The press has broken me up so many times and married me off as many times too. It doesn’t matter!” says Khan.



The buzz about Kat and actor Ranbir Kapoor being an item, doesn’t bother Salman. The actor has better things to worry about. Like his second writing venture,

Veer.

“Rs 50 crore is just the cost of production, the total cost of the movie figure is much higher. And if God forbid the film doesn’t work, I’m ready to shoulder the entire blame for its failure,” he says.



Salman, who “loved” friend Aamir Khan’s

3 Idiots

, shares his opinion on the state of student suicides that have been linked to the film. He says, “Even after

Superman

, kids were jumping off buildings, they didn’t need an Aamir Khan movie to inspire them.”



Though he’s “not computer savvy,” Sallu says that he’s active on his blog. But he doesn’t have any plans to get on to Twitter a la Shah Rukh Khan. “I’m not here to replace anyone. I’m just an ordinary guy who has been fortunate to bridge the gap between the classes and masses.”