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Salman Khan talks about marriage pressure on him at the launch of Sania Mirza's autobiography
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan reveals that his mother and sisters are putting pressure on him for getting married as soon as possible. However, the actor also added that he does not know when he will tie the knot. Khan was speaking at the launch of Sania Mirza's autobiography "Ace Against Odds".

The wedding date of the actor has always been in the news. In fact, frequent headlines on his perpetual wedding day have made him to break his silence in the past too. The "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" star had once said that he will inform his fans when he is getting married, through Twitter.

But, when he was asked about his rumoured marriage date that is said to be 'November 18', Khan 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 don't know when it will take place, but it will happen)."

On this, Sania choose to reply saying, "It's okay, I think not many women are complaining that you are not getting married. It's fine." While replying to this Khan said, "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."

Salman also revealed why the date, 'November 18' was special. He said that it is the wedding anniversary of his parents. When quizzed, if it will be his wedding date too, he said, "Agar woh date calendar may 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)."

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