Here's what Katrina Kaif thinks about her exes Ranbir Kapoor, Salman Khan
Katrina Kaif is one of the most beautiful actresses in Bollywood and like others in the film industry her name too contributes to a lot of gossip. In an interview, she spoke of her relationship with Salman Khan and Ranbir Kapoor
Katrina Kaif who is now single was rumoured to be dating two handsome men in the film industry — Ranbir Kapoor and Salman Khan. The moviegoers loved her onscreen/offscreen chemistry with these two actors.
In one of the interviews during the promotions of Jagga Jasoos, Ranbir Kapoor, who is now dating Alia Bhatt had admitted that he fell in love with Katrina during the shoot of Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahaani.
Earlier, Katrina was dating Ranbir. She was rumoured to be in a relationship with Salman Khan too. Though they didn't admit it publicly, many reports suggested that Salman and Katrina were dating.
In a throwback interview with Rediff.com, Katrina Kaif, spoke of her relationship with Salman and also denied dating Ranbir. The 36-year-old Katrina added, "I can't understand what people find complex about it. If you've been close to someone so long and the equation changes, you can find friendship with that person. If you are not able to have that, then there is something wrong. Otherwise you will go through life having experiences that will just end. That's not how it should be."
During the interview, when asked about Ranbir and her relationship, she denied it saying, "We did two very wonderful films together and when you are working with somebody in that space and you are spending time together, it's natural. But there was a lot of speculation and everybody getting on board to comment."
She called Ranbir a great guy and a great co-star and added, "I think we've both been there in each other's life during the period we've been working together. I think he's been a great guy and he's great on set with everyone with his interactions that I have seen. We've always been friends and the speculation was blown out of proportion and that made it awkward for everyone. But it's just something you have to ignore."