Did Salman Khan really beat up Somy Ali?

Mon, July 16, 2012 4:15pm IST by
Did Salman Khan really beat up Somy Ali?

While stories strongly suggest that the handsome hunk can be moody and violent, the Ek Tha Tiger hero’s ex-girlfriend doesn’t think so…and says so

In the wake of the recent showdown between once-upon-a-time-lovers-now-friends Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif that reportedly happened during the shooting of Ek Tha Tiger, the first person to react to the scandalous goss is our studman’s ex-lover, Somy Ali.

The US based former significant other and co-star of the Maine Pyar Kiya debutant’s initial films feels that the bratty Khan isn’t half the devil that the media makes him out to be. In an interview she says: “Salman was never abusive towards me, nor have I witnessed him being abusive to anyone else.”

She even sidelined the instance when a fuming Khan hit her on head with a bottle as just a bad day for a regular couple. The famous incident occurred when they were dating each other. Somy clarified, “If he had done that I would have been hospitalised and bleeding profusely. He was unhappy because I was trying alcohol for the first time, thus in his frustration he poured the drink all over the table.”

And in that way she puts an end to the recent story of Ek Tha Tiger hero’s notorious behaviour with an ex-lady love. But is it really the truth, or just an old flame’s mature take on a serious matter? You don’t win any gift hampers for guessing what our cynical minds think!Subscribe to me on YouTube


  • Simran Sandhu :)

    i hope what she said is true because i believe he;s a great persona and has a golden heart!!!!
    and i love him!!!!!

  • Shebina

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  • Dadar Ki Dadi

    No one has any right to pick up his or her hand on someone. If it is a man hitting his wife or vica versa! You can yell, you can scream and argue but when you hit, it’s abusive. There is no excuses for abuse. Either the person who is the batterer gets counseling or you should not be in that toxic relationship in the first place. It takes two to tango and two hands to clap! You can’t hide or be in denial. I think she is in denial. I know that Salman had a very hard up bringing and there was a lot of abuse with his step dad Salim and his step mom, Helen and his mom, Salma. I know she suffered a lot I feel very bad for the whole family, but I think it would do them a whole lot of good to go for mental health counseling as a group (family) because they suffered a lot of trauma. I know they are saying oh, we don’t need it, but there is a lot of emotional issues that they didn’t clear up and if they don’t stop the abuse it will go on to the next generation like a domino effect. They have to be aware and EDUCATE themselves. I am sorry, but this is how I see it. It’s the truth!

  • Dadar Ki Dadi

    I think that Somi Ali’s problem was that she should have stayed back in New York and finished her High School like everyone else, instead of going after something that didn’t belong to her in the first place. I mean, look what happened. Everything blew up in her face. I hope she learned from her mistakes. You know G-d tests us in different ways. How we do is what the result is in his eyes. I think in general, people should learn from their mistakes and become better human beings. That is the major test. How you come out a winner, no matter how bad the situation might be. Lets just hope she opened her eyes and not do the same mistake, again. Life goes on! Lighten UP!

  • heena

    obiously its true he`s always r8…. n i love him