Vivek Oberoi Seeking to Ask Salman Khan if he Believes in Forgiveness

Salman Khan and Vivek Oberoi have gained immense fame and popularity through their films in the Bollywood film industry. Despite gaining a reputation, there is a clash between the actors and it took place in the year 2003. Vivek made an accusation on Salman Khan that he called him 41 times in drunken state during the night and threatened that he would kill him. He made this accusation on Salman Khan in a press conference. That particular press conference entirely collapsed the Bollywood career of Salman Khan.


It's been more than 16 years since that incident took place in the actor's lives. Since then, Vivek is looking forward to asking forgiveness from Dabangg actor. During an interview with Vivek Oberoi in recent times, he was asked if Salman was given a truth serum then, what he would ask him. To that question, Vivek immediately said, 'Do you truly believe in forgiveness?'

After listening to the reply of Vivek, we can understand that the actor didn't forget that incident that took place almost 16 years ago. Vivek might be seeking to bring back his relations with Salman Khan. Several years back, there were numerous reports that Vivek was in love with Aishwarya Rai. In the year 2004, the duo acted together in the film 'Kyun! Ho Gaya Na'.

In the late 90s, Aishwarya dated with Salman Khan but it didn't go well in the future. For the uninitiated, Salman and Aishwarya had a love affair from the sets of Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam film directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali in the year 1999. Later, she dated Vivek and they were broke up after the controversial press conference.

After that incident, Vivek made an apology to Salman during several occasions. During a chat show with Farah Khan, Vivek felt quite regret calling the press conference. Speaking about the professional front, Vivek made his comeback with the film 'PM Narendra Modi' directed by Omung Kumar.

by Mamatha Reddy | Tue, Apr 16 - 01:09 PM

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