A viral photo has given way to speculation that Bollywood superstar Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan may have buried the hatchet and hugged it out at designer Manish Malhotra’s Diwali party.
Fans could not believe their eyes when a social media user shared a photo of Salman hugging a woman in a pink salwar suit. Both are seen with their arms around each other as they meet at the entrance to Manish’s house.While it is evident that the man in the picture is Salman, the woman’s face cannot be seen, prompting speculation as Aishwarya was also seen in a similar coloured salwar suit for the star-studded bash.
“salman and aishwarya?????? WHATT??????” read the caption of the photo.

The picture got all sorts of reactions in the comments with some commenting, “Multiverse of madness fr.”
“broo this is surprising and scary idk why,” said another.
“I think we’ve witnessed everything. Bollywood Gossip has peaked if this is true,” said another.
Another fan even went as far as tagging Sanjay Leela Bhansali and putting in a request for “hum dil de chuke sanam 2 pls.”

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Fans got into detective mode to help identify the woman in the picture. As expected, it was not Aishwarya, but rather Sooraj Pancholi’s sister, Sana Pancholi, who was also attending the party.
On the work front, Salman will soon be seen on the big screen in Tiger 3 which hits theatres this Sunday. The film will see him reuniting with Katrina Kaif and Shah Rukh Khan. The movie will feature Emraan Hashmi as the antagonist. According the latest reports, Hrithik Roshan will also make a cameo in the film.

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