Hell broke loose when a renowned magazine editor mocked Hina Khan's Cannes look taking a jibe on Instagram. Soon after his remarks, TV actors including Nakuul Mehta, Arjun Bijlani, Karanvir Bohra, Ridhi Dogra, Nia Sharma and also TV's czarina Ekta Kapoor slammed him. Now, superstar Salman Khan also offered his two cents on the matter. During the Zinda song launch event, Salman Khan was asked about this recent fiasco. He said, "This is very responsible of the editor to make a comment like that, so thoughtful. I don’t understand what did he want to say? Cannes is Chandivali or Chandivali is going to Cannes.”
Salman Khan also pointed out ot a reported who called him Bhaijaan while referring to Katrina Kaif. He mockingly said, "Par inke liye Bhaijaan nahi hain". This left everyone present there in splits. Salman then turned to Katrina and told reporters, "Aap log inhe Bhaijaan bula sakte."
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif spoke at lengths about their character in Bharat. The actress revealed that just like Salman, the makeup artists had to work very hard on Katrina's aged look. Katrina's makeup artist Rebecca Butterworth told Pinkvilla, "We didn’t want to hide Katrina behind really big prosthetic pieces as we knew we would be filming outdoors in the heat and Katrina didn’t want a barrier between her and her audience, so it’s a challenge to make a face (and hands and arms) appear older when you can’t use full coverage prosthetics pieces."
She added, "One of the initial references that the director suggested to us was Rekha - because he loves her beauty and her elegance. When we were designing the looks for Katrina, we tried to stay true to that spirit of ‘graceful ageing’ while recognising that Katrina and Rekha have quite different facial structures."