In a statement to the police, Salman Khan denies receiving threats from anybody
Salman Khan said on Tuesday that he has not received any threats. On Sunday, Salman Khan’s father, Salim Khan, got a threat letter.
On Tuesday, star Salman Khan said that he had not received any threats. He also said that he had no recent disagreements with anybody. A day before Salman made this comment, Bandra Police launched a complaint against an unnamed individual after Salman’s father, Salim Khan, got a threat letter.
Salman and Salim’s statements in the case have been recorded by Mumbai police. The Mumbai Police have so far acquired footage from around 200 CCTV cameras. The matter is being investigated by a total of ten teams, including the Crime Branch and local police.
On Sunday, Mumbai police filed a First Information Report (FIR) against an unidentified individual for allegedly mailing a “threat letter” to Salman and Salim. According to the authorities, Salim discovered the note on a bench where he rests every morning after exercising. He discovered the letter in his and Salman’s names about 7.30 AM-8.00 AM. The note was discovered near the Bandra Bandstand promenade in Mumbai on Sunday, according to police.
Salman went to the IIFA Awards 2022 in Abu Dhabi and then went back to Mumbai on Sunday. The event was hosted by Salman, Riteish Deshmukh, and Maniesh Paul on Saturday.
Over the previous two months, the actor has been filming for his next flick Tiger 3. Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi also feature in Maneesh Sharma’s flick. The film supposedly relates to Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan and has a cameo by Shah Rukh. It is a sequel to both Ek Tha Tiger and Tiger Zinda Hai, the previous films in the series. The movie will be released on April 21, 2023.
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