Salman Khan dragged into Katrina, Ranbir Kapoor's break-up

Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif attend the annual Kapoor Christmas brunch held at Sashi Kapoor's house. (Sanskriti Media and Entertainment)

Bollywood's most talked-about couple Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif have reportedly ended their six-year long relationship.

While rumours have been rife for quite some time that there have been tensions in Ranbir and Katrina's relation, now every news portal in India is reporting that the two have parted their ways.

Ranbir has also moved out of their flat with all his luggage and Katrina is busy with 'Fitoor' promotion.

Both have remained silent about their break-up but the rumour mills have embroiled Katrina's ex-boyfriend Salman Khan in the whole drama.

And soon after the news of their breakup broke the internet, the gossip mills were abuzz with the rumours of secret meeting between the two ex-lovers.

According to Bollywoodlife.com, Katrina had a two-hour long chat with Khan. It was only after this conversation, Katrina decided to quit and finally called it off.

The buzz was that Salman's 'Sultan' team was meeting up in a restaurant for a bash and Katrina decided to join them.

Apparently, Katrina spent some quality time chatting with 'Sultan' director Ali Abbas and good friend Salman, after which Ali scooted from there giving the ex-lovers some privacy.

The news made it to the headlines especially because it came after Katrina's alleged break up with lover boy Ranbir Kapoor.

It was believed that Salman was the shoulder to cry on, for Katrina during this low phase.

However, this news didn't go down well with Katrina and her spokesperson issued a statement.

It reads, "Ali Abbas Zafar is Katrina's close friend and she attends his birthday party every year and this year was no different. Ali happens to be directing Sultan with Salman in it, which is why he was on the guest list, along with a whole bunch of other people, including Kabir Khan. There was no secret meeting between Katrina and Salman. Request people to please have some respect and not concoct stories which are untrue."

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