She is more upset because Salman is being painted in a bad light. She felt she must take a stand and put a lid on the rumours floating around.
'I suspect that it's being spread by people with vested interests and ulterior motives. I would like to repeat that nothing of this sort happened. Normally, I don't like to clarify but sometimes one has to take a stand and this is one of those times,' she said.
According to sources close to her, it is the first time Katrina has commented on her personal life.
The actress, who churned out five hits last year including 'Namastey London' and 'Welcome', has always believed in being dignified and keeping her personal life out of public scrutiny.
On her professional front, Katrina said: 'I am quite pleased with the way my career has shaped up. Even 'Rave' looks extremely slick and has got an international look. It was so special shooting for 'Race'. I am just looking forward to it.'
Katrina is quite upbeat about her forthcoming films 'Race', 'Singh Is Kingg' and 'Main Yuvraj'.