Hrithik Roshan and his former wife Sussanne Khan have on many occasions proved that broken marriages don’t necessarily lead to sour terms. The two have always maintained amicable bond after the split and maintained that it will always remain so. However, the recent outings of the former couple have led gossipmongers to believe that maybe Sussanne has not let go off Hrithik just yet.

In their latest outing, Hrithik and Sussanne attended dinner hosted by Preity Zinta and husband Gene Goodenough. Before that, Sussanne was seen attending the screening of Hrithik’s film Kaabil, and the success party that followed. These outings have further given fodder to tabloids to discuss the current status of their relationship.

Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan

Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan

Despite the two lovers coming out clean previously that they are just friends, their life has been talked about a lot.

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Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan

Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan

On one hand, while there has been news about Sussanne still holding on to Hrithik, the Greek God of Bollywood has said he is no mood to settle for marriage. He said:

I am happy and fulfilled. I am surrounded by love, and I am creatively satisfied. I don’t think there is anything I miss right now. Marriage or companionship happens when you find someone special. Also, marriage is a consequence, not a plan. So, you can’t plan to get married

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Hrithik, who is currently riding high on the success of his last release Kaabil, said as an actor he had to get his priorities right. He added:

Every actor is busy, but you need to have your priorities sorted and assign time. I love spending time with my kids and we have been doing this (taking vacations) since they’ve been old enough to travel. Our vacations are hard work. There is no time to laze and sleep in the afternoons. The trips are all about overcoming fears