Updated: July 17, 2014 2:04:32 pm
While most of his fans are eagerly waiting for the day to see their favourite Bollywood superstar Salman Khan tie the knot and settle down, in a recent interview to a news daily, the ‘Dabangg’ actor has revealed that he is not really husband material.
“First, I wanted to get married. Nahi hua and one by one everyone started getting married. One day Sanjay Dutt almost got me convinced about marriage. He said, ‘See, my ex-wife died. I really miss her. I have a beautiful child and she is with in-laws. I felt alone and got married to Rhea. I am saying this to you, as I want you to get married. I want you to settle down and be happy. While he was talking to me, Rhea called. He said, f***. And I realised that all he told me was rubbish,” said the actor narrating an incident with his good friend Sanjay Dutt. (I am a virgin: Salman Khan)
Salman Khan also expressed his desire to bring up children. “I do want to have a child, but with child, the mother comes. And when the mother comes, big complications happen as I am not the husband material. I am the father type. It will be unfair for anyone to think that I will change him. I will not change.”
Salman Khan has dated many Bollywood actresses like Aishwarya Rai, Sangeeta Bijlani, Katrina Kaif, Somy Ali in the past. He had even admitted on Karan Johar’s show that he had almost got married to Sangeeta but things went wrong and the marriage had to be called off.
He also touched upon the topic of surrogacy saying, “I sometimes feel surrogate type ka ho jaye, but then look how close we are to our mothers so when the kid grows up he or she will ask maa kaun? They will then think that my father for his own selfish reasons has kept us without a mother. And then my parents too would like to see my children. So it’s all very complex.”
Salman Khan shared his ambition to make Being Human the biggest brand in the world. “My life’s ambition is to take Being Human to such a level that a 100 years or 200 years down the line, it should be the biggest brand in the world.”
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