When Katrina Kaif, Ranbir Kapoor secret holiday pictures got leaked; here's how Salman Khan reacted
First Published 16, Nov 2020, 9:33 AM
Remember when Katrina Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor's Ibiza's pictures were leaked. Salman Khan was quite upset, read more
It was when Katrina Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor were dating, and both went on an exotic vacation to Ibiza, Spain. All thanks to paparazzi, Ranbir and Katrina's holiday pictures were leaked.
In the pictures, the couple was seen hanging at a beach where Katrina was seen in a red and white bikini and Ranbir in shorts. They were also seen painting the town red with their romantic hugging and kissing during the holiday.
When they were back in the Bay, the duo was quizzed about their leaked holiday pictures, which they took very lightly and avoided answering them.
During the launch of Dhoom Machale song from Dhoom 3, Katrina tried to make fun of her mismatched bikini and had told the media, "Next time when you all plan to take pictures give me a notice. Red doesn't look good with white (regarding the colour of her bikini)... I will wear matching next."
And Ranbir played it cool and said that Katrina looked very beautiful in a bikini and recommended people visit Ibiza and its beaches, saying that he loved exploring the exotic place.
However, Salman Khan was previously dating Katrina and was visibly angry and had lashed out at the media when they questioned his ex-girlfriend's leaked pictures.
Salman had said, "If such pictures of yours, your mother's or sister's would be out in the media how would you feel? Even if your boyfriend's such pictures came out would you like it? If you will not like such things, others won't like it too. What we do in films is a different matter, but exposing one's personal life in this manner is not right, you do not have any right to do something like this."
Salman had also said he read Katrina's open letter and spoke in support of her. "I read that letter and I thought she had written it down very well, made a lot of sense. The public appearances we make is fine, but bringing our private moments and personal pictures isn't right, it is very cheap."