Broken hearted Salman misses Somy Ali

6 years ago

Broken hearted Bollywood superstar and the most eligible bachelor now misses former girlfriend, Somy Ali.


After his alleged break-up with actress Katrina Kaif due to her increasing intimacy with actor Ranbir Kapoor, Salman seems to be missing his ex-girlfriend.


Dabangg Khan, who was in a relationship with ex-actress and model Somy Ali in the nineties,  seems to be missing her. Some media reports have pointed that Salman has asked Somy to pay a visit.


Somy, who shifted to the United States after her break-up with Salman, might visit Mumbai next month on Salmans special request, say reports.

According to rumours, even after breaking up, Salman and Somy were very much in contact.

Sources even reveal that whenever Salman visits US, he makes sure he visits Somy as well.

Infact there were reports that during the shooting of Ready in Bangkok, Somy especially flew down from US just to meet Salman who was shooting there.

Industry insiders even say that Salman named his charitable trust Being Human after getting inspired from Somys charitable trust, Human Being.

It seems Salman is trying hard to kick-out Kat from his mind after his break-up.

Recently, Salman even avoided Kat at the curtain-raiser event of the third season of Celebrity Cricket League (CCL), held at Reliance Studios, Goregaon Film city in Mumbai.

Apparently, Salman was doing his rehearsals on his hit song, Paandey ji Seeti maare, outside Katrinas vanity van. As soon as the actor came to know that Katrina has come out to perform, he entered his vanity van all of a sudden. The actor then came out after sometime, probably thinking that Kat might have left, but found out that she was sitting there on a couch outside her van.

Salman then clearly gave a royal snub to Kat and went on to chit-chat with actors Ram Charan and Rana Daggubati, and later went inside for his performance.

So, its clear Sallu is trying his level best to move on in his life and may be missing his ex in the process.

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