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Salman Khan is one of the most popular actors in Bollywood. He rules over millions of hearts and his fans lovingly call him Bhaijaan. The actor has worked in some blockbuster films like Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, Sultan, Radhe, Tere Naam, Tiger Zinda Hai, Maine Pyar Kiya, Dabangg, Bodyguard, Wanted, and many more. Although Salman has a really prospering professional life, his personal life has not been a bed of roses. The actor has been in a few relationships, which have grabbed a lot of media attention. However, none of his relationships saw the light of the day.
Recently, a throwback video of Salman Khan from the show, Aap Ki Adalat went viral on Reddit. The video came with an attached sentence that reads, "It takes a real man to accept his mistake". In the video, the Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor can be seen talking about his failed relationships. Elaborating more on it, the actor admitted that he had been the reason behind his breakups. He stated that when his first relationship ended, he thought it was his partner's mistake. However, after several breakups, he understood that the fault was in him. Salman further stated that he has a fear that he might not be able to give a beautiful life to his partner.
Soon after the video went viral on Reddit, netizens started flooding the comment section of the post with their reactions. Moreover, many internet users even took a dig at the caption of the post. While one commented, "Real man hitting a woman and still doesn't understand it's fault. Kya baat he!", another one wrote, "If the real man really wanted to accept his mistake...he would have acknowledge the abuse too but i guess i am asking for too much..still its good atleast he sees he was wrong." Another comment can be read as, "He seems to be having a commitment phobia..Doesn't want to be vulnerable due to relationship." One more user reacted to the video and commented, "Bhai realized he's the red flag!! Wish more people who constantly complain about lack of love in their relationship realize this too."
Earlier, Salman had appeared on the popular Indian TV show, Aap Ki Adaalat to promote his film, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan. During the show, he talked about his past relationships. On being asked by the show's host, Rajat Sharma if he was planning to write an autobiography on his love stories and reveal all the hidden details, Salman gave a witty reply. Denying having any such plans, Salman had stated:
"My love stories will go with me to the grave."
Earlier, in an interview with The Times Of India, Salman had expressed his desire to become a father. He stated that he wanted to have a child, but for that, he needed to get married. Claiming that he is not a husband material, the actor said that he was planning for surrogacy, but he couldn't do it because he felt that a child needs a mother. Elaborating more on it, he had said:
"I do want to have a child, but with child, the mother comes. And when the mother comes, big complications happen as I am not the husband material. I am the father type. I sometimes feel surrogate type ka ho jaye, but then look how close we are to our mothers so when the kid grows up he or she will ask maa kaun? They will then think that my father for his own selfish reasons has kept us without a mother."
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