Katrina Speaks Up on Ranbir-Katrina Break-up Story and her Secret Meeting With Salman

Published: 18th January 2016 05:23 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th January 2016 05:49 PM   |  A+A-


Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan | File Photo

Soon after the rumoured Ranbir-Katrina break-up news broke, Ranbir left for his parents' house and Katrina left for her upcoming movie 'Fitoor' promotions at Delhi.

In the promotional event, questions were thrown at Katrina to speak more about the 'break-up' story, she preferred to keep quite. She only said, 'It is better to not speak about (my) personal life.' Moreover Abhishek Kapoor, the director of 'Fitoor' came to her rescue from the non-stop questions thrown by the journalists present there.

Later on Katrina on her defence said, 'Many times, you want to come out and speak your heart openly and just want to say exactly what you feel at the moment. But from my personal experience, it is better to not speak much about your personal life and speak about your profession. Try and let your work speak for itself because at the end of the day, that's what you want your identity to be, and you want your respect to come from your work. That's what should be out there.'

Another rumour seems to catch fire yesterday that Katrina and Salman had a secret meeting. It was all over the social media that after break-up with Ranbir, Katrina went to shed her tears on Salman's shoulder. This made the Phantom star very upset and she issued a statement via her spokesperson. The statement says, 'Ali Abbas Zafar is Katrina's close friend and she attends his birthday party every year and this year was no different. Ali happens to be directing Sultan with Salman, which is why he was on the guest list, along with a whole bunch of other people, including Kabir Khan. There was no secret meeting between Katrina and Salman. Request people to please have some respect and not concoct stories which are untrue.'


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