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April 08, 2003

Controversy has always dogged Salman Khan. Salman Khan, Aishwarya Rai, Vivek Oberoi

Bollywood's 'superbrat' was embroiled in yet another controversy following Vivek Oberoi's press conference where he claimed Khan threatened to 'kill' him.

Film personalities Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Suniel Shetty, Abhishek Bachchan and Kareena Kapoor felt Oberoi should have settled the matter in person.

Khan, on his part, denied the allegations.

Khan's former love Aishwarya Rai was dragged into the controversy as the rumoured bone of contention.

At the press conference, Oberoi claimed Khan had insinuated Rai and he were having an affair.

Rai, who recently fractured her toe during the shooting of Rajkumar Santoshi's Khaki, acknowledged Khan has been constantly bombarding her with SMS messages.

Oberoi accuses Khan of being 'mentally sick.'

Khan's family accuses Oberoi of being a 'publicity hog.'

Rai says she is indifferent towards Khan.

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Number of User Comments: 216

Sub: Salman is right

Ash is just getting Focus and publicity with the names of salman and vivek, she is not a very good actress in hindi film industry. ...

Posted by nayaz

Sub: aish and vivek used salmans name 4 publicity

salman is sincere in his love, vivek on the other hand has used salman to get popular in the media and also to impress aishwarya.there ...

Posted by faisal

Sub: love

my opinian salman is always right becouse he loves aish any porsen who is in love that done same thing wich salman has hi is ...

Posted by mailari

Sub: Ash and Salman

The hottest couple to hit Bollywood fell. Yes, i'm talking about Ash and Salman. It was clear after Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam that the ...

Posted by Maryam Mirza

Sub: salman is always right

Salman is right because he loves Ash very much love is blind

Posted by sultana


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