Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Salman Khan avoids Aishwarya again

Salman Khan was missing at the main of Sanjay Gupta's Woodstock Villa, starring his brother Arbaaz Khan. Except Malaika Arora and Amrita Arora (who was seen with Arbaaz), no Khan segment was present. The ring is that it was the style of the Bachchans (especially Aishwarya's) that was the instance of Salman's no-show.
Says a source, "Arbaaz held a experiment on Thursday for the Khan family at 12.30 in the afternoon at Ketnav theatre in Bandra where everyone from Alvira and Atul Agnihotri, Salim and Salma Khan to Salman was present. Ulteriorly the trial, Salman drove off to his Panvel farmhouse in the evening. But the real sense that Salman and Salim Khan didn't go for the chief, which was such an important actuality for Arbaaz wasbecause Salim Khan and Salman wanted to circumvent the Bachchan family. Latterly, Salim Khan had made certain pejorative marks against Amitabh Bachchan and it would have made an clumsy moment for both if they had befall face-to-cover."
Superficially, Salman also wasn't keen on coming.

The source clarifies, "Though Salman shares a congenial tie-in with Abhishek and a warm and affectionate relationship with the Big B, it would hold made for another awkward point if Aishwarya, the Bachchan bahu and he liquidated into each other at the cardinal. Rather than have so many uncomfortable points the Khan kinfolk decided to dap the premier.Arbaaz, however, says, "Salman has just profited from a long and hectic schedule of Premier Aur Mrs Khanna in Australia so he couldn't make it to the foremost. But dad and him and the rest of the family saw it at the trial at Ketnav. Also he's currently identical busy preparing for his TV show, 10 Ka Dum, which airs after week on June 6. We have seen the first occasion and Salman is simply knowing!"
Arbaaz is worked up with the rejoinder he's got for his performance in Woodstock Villa, where he shows Neha Uberoi's save. Arbaaz's "biggest critic", his father, Salim Khan has also liked his performance. "Dad never moves over-enthusiastic in his praise so when he says it's good it means a lot. He's liked the film and my rendering. It was a challenging role to play where I had to convey a lot silently straightforward my words. Numerous hold said that it's one of my best renderings in recent whiles."

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