Katrina Kaif, Salman Khan’s mother’s photo is tagged as ‘saas-bahu goals’. Here’s his sister’s response
Katrina Kaif was seen hugging Salman Khan’s mother Salma in the photo shared by Arpita Khan Sharma. She later deleted the image.Updated: Aug 28, 2018 09:12 IST
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are shooting together for Bharat in Malta and recently wrapped the schedule for the Ali Abbas Zafar film. Bharat is getting as much media space for its dreamy first look as behind-the-scenes action. Salman is accompanied by mother Salma Khan and sister Alvira Agnihotri and often shares photos with both.
On Monday, however, we got to see Katrina hugging Salma Khan’s mother Salma Khan. Both looked amazing together and we also got to see Katrina dressed as a bride in the photo and seems to be from Bharat’s sets in the country. The photo was shared by Salman’s sister, Arpita Khan Sharma.
As soon as the photo emerged online, Salman and Katrina’s fan’s started commenting on it. The two stars, who have done over half a dozen film’s together, have dated in the past. They broke up a few years ago but remain good friends. Katrina is on good terms with Salman’s family and stepped in to play Bharat’s leading lady after Priyanka Chopra pulled out a few days before she was supposed to shoot for the film.
Fans were quick to comment on the photo. As one person on Twitter called it ‘saas bahu goals’, Arpita had a funny reaction to it. She also shutdown a troll who had an uncharitable remark about Katrina. Arpita later deleted the photo as it revealed Katrina Kaif’s bridal look from the film. However, the photo is already viral.
Earlier, Salman and Katrina’s first look from the film was shared by Ali Abbas Zafar. The couple was seen twirling together in the still. The team has been sharing a lot of images from the sets too.
Other than Salman and Katrina, Bharat also stars Sunil Grover, Tabu, Disha Patani and Nora Fatehi. Spanning over 60 years, the film is a remake of a Korean film. The film will release on Eid next year.
First Published: Aug 28, 2018 09:11 IST