"Virat had been training in Bangalore for the upcoming tournament. He flew down to Mumbai for a few hours just to be present at the screening of Anushka's film," says a source, adding that the actress was keen to show her latest film to him since she is playing a wrestler for the first time on screen
Salman and Iulia made a public appearance at actress Preity Zinta's wedding reception in May. A few days before that, Iulia was also spotted at the Mumbai airport with Salman and his family, helping his mother Salma Khan navigate the crowded terminal
Salman Khan hosted a special screening of Sultan in Mumbai on July 5. Dia Mirza, Huma Qureshi, Riteish Deshmukh, Waheeda Rahman and Asha Parekh attended. Family present included Salman's father Salim Khan, and step-mother Helen
A planned multi-city tour was reportedly cancelled but Salman, who has still not apologised for his remark, did promote the film on The Kapil Sharma Show on Sunday
"Reports suggesting Anushka Sharma was in Bengaluru is completely untrue. She was unwell but has still continued promotions. She was in Mumbai and still reporting like this can only mean an attempt to point fingers at her professionalism which is done by 'so called sources'," the statement read
Dressed in traditional attire and accessorised with maang tika and a nathni, Anushka looks simply resplendent in the picture. She will take your breath away. Merely days ahead of Sultan's release on Eid, Anushka is "Eid se pehle wala chaand"
On Wedensday, Salman Khan, who compared himself to a 'raped victim' while sharing his experience of filming Sultan, sent a response to the women's panel through a lawyer's letter which did not contain an apology, said Lalitha Kumaramangalam, who heads the National Commission of Women.
The track documents Sultan's "fight for redemption, love and glory." In other words, it follows his journey from being a former wrestling champion to a successful boxer. In the video, Salman can be seen training extensively in various locations of New Delhi under the guidance of Randeep Hooda, who plays his training coach in the film
"It's great that both Deepika and Priyanka are doing good work there. Priyanka has achieved so much; she is a known name there. I feel proud of them," Anushka told PTI in an interview
"Wrestling is not an action it is a sport. I hope it happens (more action films are offered to heroines). I think it will be cool to have a film like Charlie's Angels or Ghostbusters with all female cast. It will be fun and interesting," said Anushka
"They have been catching up off and on, but their busy schedule does not allow them to meet as often as they would have liked to. However, since they are both in Mumbai now, they have decided to spend as much time as possible with each other over the next few days," a source revealed
"Countdown begins. Fight for redemption," Ali Abbas Zafar wrote on Twitter