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Salman Khan can’t do without for a month: Arbaaz Khan’s explosive comment on Koffee With Karan

Salman Khan is the 50-year-old virgin who can’t go without fun for a month. As Salman appeared on Koffee With Karan with brothers Arbaaz and Sohail, this is what they had to say.

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Salman Khan is still a virgin, say he. Salman Khan can’t go without fun for a month, says brother Arbaaz Khan. Will the real Salman Khan please stand up.

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When Salman Khan, along with brothers Arbaaz and Sohail, took Karan Johar’s couch in Koffee With Karan Arbaaz and Sohail, took Karan Johar’s couch in Koffee With Karan, we were expecting salacious gossip, explosive confessions and some good give-and-take. The show did not disappoint us in any regard. In fact, we will say it out aloud — this may be the best episode of Koffee With Karan which is littered with good episodes.

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In fact, Salman got the perfect response to his ‘I am a Virgin’ statement, which grabbed all the spotlights in the fourth season of Koffee With Karan, and it came from none other than brother Arbaaz on the show’s 100th episode.

In the much awaited rapid fire segment, the Dabangg producer was asked to name one actor from Bollywood, who cannot win this particular challenge and gives him options. When asked who can never win ‘No sex for a month’ challenge, Arbaaz could not help but look at his Bhaijaan, while laughing aloud. Now this was ironic, at least after the 50-year-old actor’s controversial statement last time!

The other statements included who can never win a challenge of not talking for a month to which, Arbaaz said Kangana Ranaut. The next option was ‘No gossip for a month’ to which he took Kareena Kapoor Khan’s name.

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