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Finally! Salman Khan reveals why he’s still a 'single man'

The 52-year-old actor is currently rumoured to be dating Romanian TV host Iulia Vantur.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: February 23, 2018 15:44 IST ]
Why is Salman still single, actor reveals
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One of the most debated topics in Bollywood is undoubtedly Salman Khan’s marriage. The 52-year-old actor is currently rumoured to be dating Romanian TV host Iulia Vantur. However, there are no marriage plans whatsoever. Now, B-town most eligible bachelor has come to the forefront to answer the much-awaited question as to when will Salman Khan get married. The actor, who received heaps of appreciation for his recent film Tiger Zinda Hai, said that weddings have become extremely complicated and expensive these days.

"Marriage has become such a big thing. You spend lakhs and lakhs and crores of money in getting somebody married. I can't afford. That's the reason I am single man," Salman was quoted as saying at a recent event.

Recently, the Dabangg Khan sent the social media into a meltdown by posting a cryptic tweet. In one line the Tiger Zinda Hai actor gave rise to many sparks that zeroed on his marriage speculations. 

But his fans newfound happiness was shortlived, as his tweet was nowhere related to his marriage or relationship status, for that matter. In fact, Salman Khan was talking about the leading lady of Aayush Sharma’s debut film Loveratri. 

“Nothing to worry na @aaysharma ki film #Loveratri ke liye ladki mil gayi Warina, Toh dont worry na be happy na”, Salman tweeted.

On a related note, Salman Khan’s second instalment of 2014 hit Kick will be hitting the screens on Christmas 2019. After locking this year’s Eid for Race 3, the actor has booked the slot for next year’s Christmas as well.

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