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Ladies’ Man Salman Khan has undoubtedly had his share of romance, heartbreak and betrayal. Over the years, the several link-ups with younger and new actresses would only meet with a dismissive laughter.
More often than one, Salman mentioned he is better off not married. Looks like he is now committed to a different relationship - that of a mentor.
After playing mentor to Katrina Kaif and Sonakshi Sinha, Salman Khan has now turned his attention to Jacqueline Fernandez.
The 'Kick' actress has lot of praises for Salman Khan as she admitted that the actor started her career again.
The actress stated that she trusts Salman completely; and can never repay him for what he has done.
Now Asian Age reports that Salman has been showing keen interest on Jacqueline's career.
He has been apparently pitching for the actress to break into the top league and Jacky on her part consults Salman for every show, script and endorsement that comes her way.
Salman, apparently, has the last word on the deals she signs.
The report also states that Salman's brothers Sohail and Arbaaz are not too happy with his keen interest in Jacqueline's career.
A source was quote by the paper saying that Salman needs to focus on the completion of his own films. With so much on his plate, Jacqueline coming across as a distraction for Salman.
There are also loud whispers doing the rounds that it's time Jacqueline takes onus of her career instead of depending on Salman, much like she did with her ex-beau director Sajid Khan.
There was a row over Salman Khan campaigning for ex-Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakasa on Jacky's behest. Many believed Salman should have stayed away from the neighbouring country's politics.
Salman and his 'Kick' ladylove Jacqueline Fernandez set tongues wagging with their increasing closeness during the promotions of the action flick.
And the duo still shares a very close relationship and are said to be more than friends.
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