Ranbir Kapoor keeps mum about Katrina Kaif, says shares a comfortable rapport with Salman
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Actor Ranbir Kapoor graced Karan Johar's second episode of 'Koffee With Karan' season 4 along with cousin Kareena Kapoor Khan.
Ranbir Kapoor was thoroughly grilled about his rumoured relationship with actress Katrina Kaif. Both Karan and Kareena seemed determined to get Ranbir to admit his love before the episode was over.
On being asked if he is dating Katrina Kaif, the actor replied, "I (Ranbir) will not use the platform of Koffee with Karan to speak about my personal life because that leads to a lot of unnecessary conjectures and speculations. Having said that, after a long time in my life I feel really centered, settled, I feel a bit happy. Professional life and personal life both. And that is as much I can tell. Next time I will speak about a relationship is when I am engaged to marry somebody," said the actor, whose pics with bikini clad Katrina Kaif holidaying in Ibiza were splashed all over.
At the end of Ranbir Kapoor's monologue, both Karan and Kareena burst out laughing and clapped sarcastically, asking him if he rehearsed the speech at home.
Though Ranbir Kapoor is constantly making headlines over his relationship with Katrina Kaif, he went on to clarify that he shares a good comfortable rapport with Katrina's former flame Salman Khan.
"Salman sir has been always encouraging. He was also a part of my first movie. There is so much that the media writes. I think that builds a certain misunderstanding that doesn't exist," he said.
On being asked if his father Rishi Kapoor is cool with his girlfriends, Ranbir said, "I don't think he has come to terms with the fact that his son can have a girlfriend. He does know but I don't think he is ready to accept. I feel really awkward to go out for a dinner with my parents and my girlfriend. May be I should try it."
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