The two actors starred opposite each other in the 2008 comedy God Tussi Great Ho.
She told The Times of India: "I never had a problem with Salman. In fact I went to his house six times this year itself because I am good friends with his sister Arpita.
"He is one of the first few co-actors I worked with and I have never received any animosity from him. He has in fact been very nice to me."
Chopra also spoke about her ability to keep emotions in check, saying: "A lot of training goes into that but I have always been very private about my life and my emotions. I started when I was just 17 years old and ever since I started I have been like this.
"Now with experience, I am more used to the arch lights than I was before. Having said that, it doesn't mean that things around me don't affect me, I too have family - I am a girl and the rubbishes presumed do hurt me too."
In October, it was reported Chopra was chosen over Khan's ex-girlfriend and Ek Tha Tiger co-star Katrina Kaif for a new project.
The star became the first Bollywood celebrity to make an appearance on the US version of The X Factor last week.