Salman Khan visits Taj Land's End to meet Iulia

Salman Khan turns a die-hard lover and despite hectic schedules he makes sure to visit his girlfriend Iulia Vantur no matter in which part of the world she is put up. Basking in the joy of ‘Sultan’ success, Salman Khan dropped at Mumbai Taj Land’s End to meet his ladylove Iulia Vantur.

Iulia is put up at the plush restaurant and visibly happy Salman was clicked entering the hotel lobby. No sooner the guests spot Sallu, they stared to click his pictures.

Salman and Iulia are very fond of each other and the couple is speculated to enter into wedlock by this year end.

Salman’s ladylove Iulia is now a family member of the Khan. She is not only spotted in every event of the Khan parivaar but comfortable using her beau’s belongings. This weekend Iulia was spotted moving around in Salman’s car.

Last Sunday, Iulia was spotted at Hakim’s Aalim studio in Bandra and surprisingly she stepped out of Bhai’s Range Rover. When she spotted media outside, she immediately rushed inside.

Salman Khan might not ready to accept his love for Iulia in public but his gestures towards Iulia confirms their relationship.

It was highly speculated that Salman Khan would marry the Romanian beauty on November 18 but when the ‘Bajranji Bhaijaan’ actor was asked to comment on this, he said, "Ye 18th November kuch bees-pachees Novembers se chal raha hai...18th November hota hai ki nahi pata nahi kaunse saal may hota hai, but hoga. (This talk about marriage has been going on since the last 20-25 years. I dont know when it will take place, but it will happen)."

He also added that there are lots of pressure from family. "I know a few...Aapko nahi pata mujhpe kitna pressure aata hai (you don't what kind of pressure I face). By the way, I know a few means those are my mother and sisters", he quips.

Salman also said that November 18 is the wedding anniversary of his parents. When asked if it will be his wedding date as well, he said, "Agar woh date calendar mein ho toh. Pata chala woh 18th November koi nikaal diya. (Only if that date is there in the calendar. Or else somebody will remove November 18 from it)."