Aamir Khan wants to see Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan together in real life
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Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, who is very close to fellow actor Salman Khan, said that he wanted to see Salman and Katrina Kaif "together".
When he was asked about Salman Khan's marriage, Aamir Khan sang the song "Dil cheez kya hai aap meri jaan lijiye", even as Katrina looked shy.
At the launch of 'Dhoom 3's' title song
'Dhoom Machale', Aamir Khan and
Katrina Kaif got candid with the media as they spoke about their experiences working together and rehearsing for the dance and action sequences of the ambitious project.
Aamir Khan definitely seemed in his element as he joked with the press, also pulling his co-star Katrina Kaif's legs a bit about her former flame - Salman Khan.
Aamir Khan told reporters that he has been telling Salman Khan to get hitched for a while now but he is just not listening. Looking at Katrina Kaif he went on to say, "Maybe if someone else asks him, he might agree."
The media were in splits while Katrina Kaif went red in the face. Aamir Khan pushed further as he asked Katrina, "Have you ever asked him?" Katrina Kaif blushed and was at loss of words. "I am speechless, sorry," Katrina Kaif replied with a laugh.
Even on being asked what she had to say about Salman Khan getting married, the actress said with a smile, "I really wish I had a good answer for that, but I just don't."
Aamir Khan went on to tell the media that he wants to see Katrina and Salman together in real life. "I'm sure we can have a party and everyone can come, it'll be great. Hopefully, 'Dhoom' is a big success and we can have a big party for everyone," replied Katrina Kaif playing along.
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