Salman Khan and Preity Zinta were co-stars in several films like Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, Jaan E Mann, etc. Now, they might be partners in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Preity Zinta and her ex-partner Ness Wadia co-own the team Kings X1 Punjab. If the buzz and the reports are to be believed, Salman Khan is well on his way to becoming a co-owner of the team.
“Salman was the chief guest at this marathon that was organised by BJ Wadia hospital for underprivileged children. Post the flag off, Salman was seen talking to Ness. The two were discussing the IPL in great detail,” says a source.
“There is no clear indication that he will pick up a stake in an IPL team his interest in it has only grown with time. He has been making enquiries with Ness. In fact, he has also been asking his other friends about the same. The actor is trying to work out how he can get a piece of the IPL pie as he loves cricket and has a lot of cricketer friends,” adds the source.
Salman Khan is already an active participant in the Celebrity Cricket League and his brother Sohail Khan owns the team Mumbai Heroes. So will he be a part of IPL too? The league in which his rival Shahrukh Khan owns a team.