Salman Khan Threatened For Life On Social Media. More Details Below

It may sound shocking, but Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has been threatened with dire consequences in a social media post penned on the Facebook wall of Student Organisation of Panjab University (SOPU) on the September 16th that just passed. As per the incoming reports, the police began their investigation as soon as the post went viral on the internet.

One Gairi Shooter posted a pic of Salman Khan and wrote,

“Salman, think, you can save yourself from Indian law, however, Vishnoi Samaj and Sopu Party has announced death sentence for you. You are an accused in Sopu’s court. Salaam sahid da nu; Respect girls; Save animals; Avoid drugs & help poors; Sukha kahlon Garry.” (sic)

An IANS provided quoted DCP Dharmendra Yadav as saying,

“The police are on alert. We also gave proper security to the celebrity when he came here for hearing previously. An investigation has been initiated.”

Salman Khan Social Media
Salman Khan Social Media

When it comes to Salman Khan and death threats, this won’t be the first time that he has got one. Just a few months back in the past, gangster Lawrence Bishnoi had threatened the Bollywood superstar of dire consequences, and that too, in front of policemen.

Salman Khan’s father and renowned screenwriter: Salim Khan in an interview to Mid-Day said,

“There is added security for Salman, who has, in any case, always had a good team of security personnel deployed for him. It (threat) is not much of a concern (to the family). We are only worried about his safety and that is being taken care of.”

Salim Khan also appreciated police efforts when it comes to Salman’s security. Talking about Salman’s trial in the blackbuck killing case. His last scheduled court hearing was on September 27th.

Talking about work, Salman Khan will be seen in Prabhu Deva’s ‘Dabangg 3’ where he is pitted against Kannada superstar Sudeep. The flick also stars Sonakshi Sinha and also marks the Bollywood debut of Mahesh Manjrekar’s daughter, Saiee Manjrekar.


Gaurav Gupta

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