Salman Khan's ex hugs his mother Salma Khan at PHATA POSTER screening

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Glamsham20 September 2013
Salman Khan's ex hugs his mother Salma Khan at PHATA POSTER screening

By Urvi Parikh, Glamsham Editorial

Who says that a girl and a boy can't be friends post a failed relationship/break-up? Well at least our DABANGG actor Salman Khan and his ex-beau Sangeeta Bijlani has proved that ex-flames can be back to being good pals!

Usually, Salman chooses not to be on talking terms with his exes but Sangeeta Bijlani seems to be an exception. Of late, the actress has been spotted bonding with the 'Khan'daan at every possible occasion. Not only did the actress attend Salman's Ganpati celebration, but was also seen hugging Salman's mother, Salma Khan at the recently released PHATA POSTER NIKHLA HERO (It is to be noted that Salman Khan has a cameo in this movie) special screening held yesterday. The entire Khan family was present at the screening; however Salman gave it a miss for reasons best known to him!

Now that her marriage with former cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin has hit the rock-bottom, is the actress planning to get back to her ex-flame or is she planning a grand comeback, which is a fad these days, on the big screen or this closeness has some other intention is a well-kept secret. We just hope that this re-bonding is dil se and there are no other hidden agendas

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