Salman Khan Slaps a Security Guard For Not Helping a Kid; Fans Slam The Star

Salman Khan has been in the news for a while for his recent magnum opus, Bharat. But recently, Bhai has grabbed the eyeballs of his fans as a video of him slapping a security guard, is going viral on the social media. Actually, Salman Khan saw a little kid getting trapped in the crowd of fans and his bodyguard were failing to come to the rescue of the little kid. Salman bhai got irritated so much that he ended up slapping the guard in front of the entire crowd. Here’s the video:

This stunt of Salman Khan has left all his fan followers upset and they slammed the actor as according to them the bodyguard was doing his job and Salman should have just told him rather than slapping him. Here’s how his fans on twitter reacted on his this act:

@Chotimirchi: “Seriously “being human” this man needs to be in jail for all the crimes committed including hitting the security.”

@arih_kumar: “Why slap he has not done deliberately he was doing his job and it happened by mistake.”

@flowerpri2020: “He could have just talked to him.� why slap him.”

The Netizens called Salman Khan’s act ‘Wrong’

@Nituvirk: “Slapping a grown man in front of kids and adults?! Absolutely wrong.”

@rahulsh24; “This is not the way to deal he’s doing his job it’s very difficult to handle fans…”

Even his dearest fans criticize the superstar for slapping his bodyguard:

@himani_1212: “I love Salman but I don’t agree with what he did. There was absolutely no need to get physically abusive with the guard. He could have just told him to be careful and apologise to the kid. Hitting him was the not solution. Salman should be more responsible and not treat other human beings like this that is what “Being Human” is.”

On the work front, Salman Khan’s Bharat just released on the theaters and is gaining praises nationwide. His magnum flick, Bharat starring Katrina Kaif with him in the lead role has grossed over INR 36.59 crore at the Box Office India, and is predicted to cross the records.

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