Salman Khan has never concealed his affection for Katrina Kaif, even from the general population and media. In the meantime, he hasn’t ever concealed his sharpness for Ranbir Kapoor in light of the fact that it was Ranbir whom Katrina dated in the wake of parting ways with Salman. Be that as it may, Bhai’s hard feelings on this issue have not been confined to Ranbir Kapoor alone.
On a couple of events, Salman has likewise communicated his aversion for Rishi Kapoor also. All things considered, in the meantime, Rishi Kapoor is additionally known for his touchiness and damaging dialect.
In such a condition, a conflict amongst Salman and Rishi Kapoor was relatively unavoidable. Truth be told, it nearly occurred at Sonam Kapoor’s wedding when Rishi Kapoor got miffed with Salman when the last did not welcome him “consciously”.
Rishi Kapoor had a contention over this with Salman Khan’s sister-in-law and Sohail Khan’s better half Seema Khan. When Salman could have a word with Rishi Kapoor about the whole scene, the last had officially left the gathering.
In spite of the fact that Neetu Kapoor had apologized to Seema Khan and Sohail Khan for Rishi Kapoor’s sake, an ongoing episode demonstrates that Salman has neither excused nor overlooked the affront his family needed to experience.
As of late, amid the advancements of his up and coming film ‘Race 3’, Salman rendered retribution of this affront in a to a great degree conciliatory way. Without saying Rishi Kapoor’s name, he said that a few people will never be invited in his home.
In a meeting to DNA, noting an inquiry concerning who his companions and foes are, Salman Khan in a roundabout way pointed at Rishi Kapoor. He stated:
“I don’t have enemies. It’s just that I don’t like a few people. It’s very obvious because I make no bones about it. Just because someone is born a few years before me, it’s no reason for me to respect him. If that person keeps on disrespecting me or any member of my family, I refuse to give him due regard.”
further Salman Khan added “There are one or two families from whom I have not got that respect and love. That’s where it ends. Some people from the industry will never be welcomed in my home. I definitely believe that whether someone is a senior or a junior, you shouldn’t be disrespectful to them. Especially, if you are working with them. However, if that person is taking you for an idiot and is being disrespectful, then that’s not done.”