Ranbir Kapoor is taking everything away from me, says Salman Khan
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Salman Khan is surely making headlines with his recent appearance on Karan Johar's controversial chat show, 'Koffee With Karan'.
What's interesting is that Salman Khan made sure to mention his former girlfriend Katrina Kaif and her rumoured beau Ranbir Kapoor quite a few times on the show.
When Karan Johar asked Salman which director he would like to work with next, he replied saying Karan Johar. "But Karan Johar doesn't want to work with me. Who have you singed next? You've singed Ranbir Kapoor. He's taking away everything yaar...This is not fair!"
During the famous rapid fire round, on being asked what he would do if he woke up as Ranbir Kapoor, Salman Khan replied saying: "Salman lucky hai ya main?" And when asked the same question related to Katrina Kaif, he said, "Where's Ranbir?"
He also took another good-natured dig at the couple on the next question which was "What kind of advice would you give to the following people?"
Ranbir Kapoor – "Have fun!"
Katrina Kaif – "Don't let him (Ranbir) have fun"
Salman Khan also shared his thoughts on the whole Katrina Kaif – Ranbir Kapoor holiday pictures that made its way to the media. The couple were snapped in beach wear during their Spanish holiday earlier this year.
Salman said that he thought it was extremely wrong for fans to click pictures without the actors' permission. He said that they are always ready to pose for picture, the just need to be asked.
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