A viral video showing Salman Khan sharing his coffee mug with Katrina Kaif has gone viral and fans are labelling it “couple goals”. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif were recently seen together onscreen in Tiger Zinda Hai. The duo have now been spotted sharing coffee and the mug!

As Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sonakshi Sinha and others came together in Pune for a press meet, their focus was the intriguingly named Da-Bangg tour. Their fans, however, had their focus elsewhere. As Salman and Katrina were filmed sharing a coffee mug at the press meet, internet and their fans lost their collective calm and soon ensured the video went viral. Not happy with doing just this, the fans went ahead and called it “couple goals”.

Salman and Katrina, along with Sonakshi Sinha and others, were addressing a press conference in Pune, hours before they enthralled their fans in the city as they performed for Dabangg Tour. In a clip gone viral from the press meet, Salman is seen sharing his coffee mug with Katrina even as Sonakshi addresses the mediapersons gathered at the venue. Neither Salman nor Katrina is seen uttering any word during the exchange. While calling it “couple goals” is too much of a stretch, we are sure you will find the video cute. Watch the Video here

Talking about the dancing skills of his female co-stars on st

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age, Salman said at the press meet, “It is difficult to match up to their dancing abilities, their energy and just the way they are. But thank God it is only me here on the show so I have been able to pull it off. But if there was Aamir (Khan), Shah Rukh (Khan) or Akshay (Kumar), we have done shows together, it would have been difficult to match up.”

The concert took place Saturday evening and Daisy Shah, Maniesh Paul, Sohail Khan and Prabhudheva, among others, were also present for the performance. #KhabarLive

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