Salman Khan on marriage: It's a dying institution, I don't believe in it
One question every Salman Khan fan has always wanted to know is when the superstar will finally get married. Seems like Salman actually has an answer to his marriage plans. The actor recently revealed that he doesn't believe in the institution of marriage.
During an interview with Bombay Times, Salman responded to the question of marriage by a hard-hitting reply. "I don't believe in marriage. I think it's a dying institution. I don't believe in it. Companionship? Yes." said the actor.
Bollywood celebs are on a wedding spree. Several actors from Deepika Padukone to Priyanka Chopra has tied the knot in the last couple of years. The 56-year-old actor, however, has made it evident that he is in no mood to take the path most taken by his contemporaries.
The actor and his relationship with actresses rumoured or otherwise has always been the talk of tinsel time. The actor's reply will now probably silence all such rumours around his marriage and constantly hounded by paparazzi and industry colleagues about his wedding plans.
The actor, however, has no qualms about fatherhood. This is silent heads-up to the reports that the actor is ready to embrace parenthood via surrogacy just like Karan Johar, now when he has cleared the air around his marriage.
On work front, Salman's Bharat will release tomorrow on the occasion of Eid 2019. The movie also stars Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani.