Karan Johar’s Koffee With Karan hit a century on Sunday with an “epic” episode featuring Salman Khan and his brothers. The host, celebrating a 100 episode of giggly gupshup with the glitterati, got Salman , Arbaaz and Sohail to speak of their bonding.
Salman confessed he was still a virgin. “Nothing has changed, Karan,” he told his tittering host “I am still a virgin….so are you.”
But some time later, Arbaaz admitted that Salman can’t live without sex for even a month. The entire conversation was lit up by some heartwarming anecdotes,…about guests in the Khan household (including photographer Avinash Gowariker who came to stay for a night and continued staying for a year) that no one could recognize, about the maulvi who was “kidnapped” to wed Sohail with his runaway girlfriend was the same priest who had performed wedding rites between Sohail’s father and mother, about how Salman’s and Shah Rukh Khan’s families continued to meet and interact even when the two superstars had a tiff.
When Karan Johar asked his brothers Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan whether Salman should get married, both brothers replied with a big ‘NO’. Taken aback by this answer, Karan probed Arbaaz on why he would not want to see Salman getting married. Arbaaz said, “Because he is seeing what is happening around him.”
Earlier Salman Khan said, ” I am not one of the nicest guys in a relationship.” That says a lot. The actor made a lot of contradictory statements and left us confused about his status. Salman said his girlfriend becomes a part of the family. Now doesn’t that tell us about his friendly nature?
When Karan asked Sohail to rank some actresses (including Salman’s former girlfriend Katrina Kaif), Sohail ranked Katrina the last in the list. This didn’t go down very well with Salman and the actor immediately said, “Take Katrina on top of the list.”
Salman’s fondness for Katrina was visible throughout the show. The actor even danced on Katrina’s item number, Sheela Ki Jawaani. When Karan asked which actor in Bollywood is clueless, Salman replied, ” Katrina.”