Salman Khan’s attendance at Pooja Hegde’s brother’s wedding fueled love rumours. Once internet rumours circulated, the actress broke her silence.
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Pooja Hegde, who has a large social media following, is now promoting her next film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. She collaborated with Salman Khan for the first time. Farhad Samji directed the film, which also stars Venkatesh Daggubati, Jagapathi Babu, Shehnaaz Gill, Palak Tiwari, Vijender Singh, Raghav Juyal, Jassie Gill, Bhumika Chawla, and Siddharth Nigam.
The trailer was recently released, and it generated a massive response on social media. Pooja recently discussed her supposed connection with Salman during the promotional tour. The two were said to be dating, and Salman’s attendance at Pooja’s brother’s wedding gave fire to the romance rumours.
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Pooja Hegde had SOMETHING to say about Salman Khan dating rumours.
Pooja decided to respond to the bogus relationship rumours with Salman while chatting with ETimes. She said that she was now single and focused only on her job. “What do I say to that?” she responded, dismissing the claims. I keep reading about myself. I am not married. I enjoy being single. I am truly focused on my career. I am hoping from one city to the other city, that’s my goal right now. I can’t even sit and address these rumours anymore because what do I do now?”
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Meanwhile, Pooja will be featured as Salman’s love interest in Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. Fans have praised their connection in the teaser and songs, and they can’t wait to witness this new couple on the big screen. Recently, the actress told ANI about her experience working with Salman, “I had a fantastic time working with him. He is genuine, just as you see him in interviews, and he is the same on set. Many people have thoughts about you but do not express their feelings. I enjoy how Salman sir is so forthright in expressing himself.”
On the occasion of Eid, the film will be released on April 21.