Published On : Wed, Dec 6th, 2017

Look what Salman did to pacify sobbing Katrina!

There’s nobody who admires Katrina Kaif as much as Salman Khan does, irrespective of whether they are in a relationship or no. I mean, imagine he danced, sang, bunny-hopped just to make a crying Katrina smile? So this happened on the sets of Remo D’Souza’s show Dance Champions when the two went to promote Tiger Zinda Hai recently. Katrina was so moved by a dance performance on Salman’s Tere Naam song that she brokedown into tears. While initially everyone thought she’ll be okay in sometime. Katrina however refused to stop crying and got so emotional that the shoot had to be stalled for about 10 minutes. It was only after Salman consoled her is when she go felt a little better. In fact, Salman behaved like such a sweetheart that even when he was called on stage to perform, he tried every way to entertain Katrina by pointing out towards her and making her blush with his cute antics.

Reveals an insider in interaction with Mumbai Mirror, ““In between shots, Katrina got emotional and broke down after watching a romantic act by a contestant on the title track of Tere Naam. The shoot had to be halted for about 10 minutes. Salman soothed Katrina’s frayed nerves as she regained her composure. And then when shooting resumed, Salman took to the stage to perform on his popular song, ‘Jag Ghoomeya’, and kept pointing towards Kat, making her laugh. The duo also shot an act together where they performed on ‘Dil Deewana’, from Salman’s first film Maine Pyar Kiya, and couldn’t resist laughing while attempting the ‘bunny hop’ dance move.”

Indeed, Katrina is lucky to have someone as loving as Salman in her life. No wonder Katrina had once mentioned in an interview, “In a relationship or friendship or equation between two people never needs to be defined. It is important only for that two people involved to know what that equation is. In regards to Salman, what I believe in is that between us there is a lot of respect and I am sure you can see that. And for me, respect is a very important factor in any equation. The fact that there is respect says enough and there is no need to say anything more than that,”