Salman publicly kissed his ex-girlfriend at the birthday party : Bollywood star Salman Khan is celebrating his 57th birthday today i.e. 27th December. The actor celebrated this special day in a special way till late night. Late last night, the actor’s birthday was celebrated in a grand manner at his Galaxy home with the entire Bollywood in attendance.
Salman publicly kissed his ex-girlfriend at the birthday party
Ex-girlfriend Sangeeta arrived at Salman’s birthday party
Many actors including Shah Rukh Khan, Sunil Shetty, Sonakshi Sinha, Tabu, Iulia Vantur, Arbaaz Khan, Riteish Deshmukh, Kartik Aaryan, Genelia D’Souza attended this birthday party of Salman Khan. Apart from this, Salman’s ex-girlfriend and famous Bollywood actress Sangeeta Bijlani also joined the party.
Salman Khan kissed Sangita
Seeing his ex-girlfriend at Salman’s birthday party, Salman kissed Sangeeta Bijlani on the forehead. and hugged him. The video of his ex-girlfriend in public was caught on media cameras. And within a few moments the picture and video of both went viral on social media. Meanwhile, the actress was looking very beautiful in a blue shimmer dress.
Salman Khan was also going to marry Sangeeta but…
Let us tell you that there was a time when Salman Khan and Sangeeta were talked about in the corridors of Bollywood. The couple dated each other for about 10 years. Not only that, the two were also to get married. But at that time due to some reason there was a complete break in their relationship. According to reports, the marriage cards of both were also printed. But Sangeeta broke the relationship after getting close to Salman Somi Ali. Their love started in 1986. Salman Khan and Sangeeta Bijlani are still good friends. Sangeeta is often seen at Salman’s house as well.
Sangeeta left Salman and married cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin
After Salman, the actress once again fell in love with another. And Sangeeta Bijlani was married to cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin. However, their relationship broke up after 14 years and Sangeeta got divorced in 2010.