Aishwarya Rai’s personal and professional life always seem to create a spice in the entertainment industry. Similarly, Aishwarya and Salman Khan’s past relationship has always gone through all highs and lows ever possible.
Reports suggest, that Salman Khan’s violent nature had led to their split. Now, there has been another angle to this story. According to a report published on an entertainment website, Aishwarya wanted to separate Salman from his family which eventually led to their fallout.
According to that report, a source close to Salman Khan has said, “Though Salman has come across as the stalker. Aishwarya’s conscious influence over him, or any organic man for that matter if she kindly chooses, cannot be underestimated. It is said that she never liked the fact that Salman Khan was his family’s breadwinner.
He was also putting his money in projects starring his two brothers. Another story of a pretty woman asking her lover to leave his family. When she punished him occasionally for not complying, through silence and withdrawal, it was enough for Salman to go crazy.”.
The side of Aishwarya’s story
After breaking up with Salman in 2001, Aishwarya had taken the industry by storm with her mind-boggling statements about how at times Salman used to abuse her physically and how he would mentally exploit her. “I stood by him enduring his alcoholic misbehaviour in its worst phases and in turn I was at the receiving end of his abuse (verbal, physical and emotional), infidelity and indignity. That is why like any other self-respecting woman I ended my relationship with him,” Aishwarya had said in her previous interview.
Aishwarya Rai’s explosive statements after the break-up compelled Sohail Khan to step out publicly and slam the actress. “Now she (Aishwarya Rai) weeps in public. When she was going around with him, when she used to visit our home so often like part of the family, did she ever acknowledge the relationship? She never did. That made Salman feel insecure. He wanted to know how much she wanted him. She would never let him be sure of that,” Sohail had said.