Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan are one of the most loved onscreen jodis we have in Bollywood. They recently sizzled in their latest release, ‘Tiger 3’.
Katrina and Salman have worked together in several films and they have been quite appreciative of each other’s work too. However, did you know that Katrina couldn’t control her laughter after she watched the actor’s debut film, ‘Maine Pyaar Kiya‘? Yes, you read that right!

During a special event organised for ‘Tiger 3’, Salman hilariously recalled a moment when Katrina, after a long break from watching movies, found a certain scene highly amusing.

She called Salman to share her laughter, mentioning how an actor with big eyes was imitating him perfectly in the film. Salman, agreeing with her observation, praised the actor’s skillful portrayal. He went on to reveal that the source of their amusement was the timeless classic ‘Maine Pyar Kiya,’ in which Salman starred alongside Bhagyashree.

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Salman Khan shared another incident involving Katrina and his 1994 cult film ‘Andaz Apna Apna.’ When Salman initially showed her the movie, she watched it with a blank expression. It took six years for her to burst into laughter upon understanding Hindi. Another amusing memory comes from their first film together, ‘Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya,’ where Salman’s character remarks to Katrina’s character, “Itni Badi ghodi (mare) ho gayi hai. Kuch samjh mein nahi aata.” Four years later, after the film’s release, Katrina complained about being called a ghodi.

Team ‘Tiger 3’, including Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Emraan Hashmi, participated in a special event where they candidly discussed the film, shared amusing anecdotes, and more. The film has been doing record breaking business at the box office. It recently entered the Rs 300 crore club at the global box office.

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