Let bygones be bygones?
Salman's brothers Arbaaz and Sohail, Malaika, Sohail's wife Seema, sisters Alvira and Arpita, Alvira's husband filmmaker Atul Agnihotri and their son Ayaan, Arpita's husband Aayush Sharma and their three-month-old son Ahil, posed for a wonderful picture. Salman Khan, you are missed.
In March, Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan ended weeks of speculation about the status of their marriage with a joint statement to DNA.
"The truth is, we have taken a break, but that doesn't mean people can presume, assume and speculate things of such malicious nature. We are taking out time to figure out our lives," read the statement.
Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan married in 1998 and are parents to a son. Malaika has appeared in several films, like Dabangg, made by her husband and brother-in-law Salman Khan.
Meanwhile, Salman Khan, 50, has still not apologised for having compared himself to a "raped woman" when asked about filming Sultan. He failed to appear before the Maharashtra Women's Panel for the second time on Thursday.
He has been given a "third and final" chance to appear on July 14, failing which he may face an FIR or a police complaint.
Salman Khan has also been summoned by the National Commission For Women tomorrow.
Sultan released on Wednesday.