Salman was never abusive towards me, ex-flame Somy Ali


Pakistani actress, model turned social worker Somy Ali who runs a social organization ‘No More Tears’ clears weather about Salman Khan being abusive in nature that is doing all the rounds. Almost every other day, Sallu has been making news for his aggressive and abusive nature. Recently, he made news for physically abusing his ex-girlfriend Katrina Kaif on the set of ‘Ek Tha Tiger’.

In the past, he is said to have physically and mentally abused his ex-flame Somy Ali but the actress who is still in good terms with the actor rubbished the rumor and clarifies that Salman was never bad or abusive to her. “No, Salman was never abusive towards me, nor have I witnessed him being abusive to anyone else. I have seen domestic violence growing up in Pakistan and in India, but not personally,” she says.

When asked about her take on the Kat incident on the set of ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, she says, “Honestly, I am completely clueless when it comes to the gossip in Bollywood.”

Somy Ali clarified the reports of the infamous incident when Salman had smashed a cola bottle on her head while they were dating in the 90s, she says, “No, if he had done that, I would have been hospitalised and bleeding profusely. He was not happy because I was trying alcohol for the first time, thus in his frustration, he poured the drink all over the table. Of course, yellow journalism at its best blew this completely out of proportion and fabricated various versions, rather than what actually took place.”

There has been a buzz that Somy and Salman reuniting after they met in Bangkok last year. “Absolute silliness. Our lives are so different, it is almost as if we speak different languages. I have grown so much and seen so much in the past 12 years that these rumors are so trivial and unworthy now,” says Somy, who plans to visit India in November, 12 years after she flew out.

When Somy Ali’s non profit organization ‘No More Tears’ was going through financial crisis, Salman Khan helped her out of financial crisis.