The movie ‘Three Idiots’ starring Aamir Khan must have been seen by many. In the film, Joy Lobo claims that Rancho killed himself. Such a demand has also been raised in the case of Sushant recently. Top Bollywood stars were accused of inciting him to commit suicide. In particular, there have been cases against Salman.
Bollywood can’t accept Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide. At the age of 34, he left for the land of no return. His untimely death has shocked everyone. The arena of Hindi cinema is raging with anger over Sushant’s suicide. A case has been filed against Salman Khan in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur court on June 18 for inciting Sushant to commit suicide.
A case has been filed against Salman Khan, Karan Johar, Sanjay Leela Bansali, and several other celebrities for allegedly inciting Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput to commit suicide.
His appearance took place in front of Salman Khan’s house. A few hours ago, a group of fans of the late actor was protesting in front of Salman’s Being Human store in Patna, Sushant’s city. And the flames of that protest went straight in front of Bajrangi Vaijan’s house. That video has gone viral online.
As seen in the video, many people have joined the protest in front of Salman’s Bandra house demanding the closure of his Being Human store. The slogan ‘Salman Khan Murdabad’ was also heard there. Not only that, but the protesters have also abused Salman Khan. Said ‘Remove Salman’s drawn picture.
However, as soon as the news came out, the Mumbai Police took action. Tagging the video of the protest, he tweeted, ‘Talked to top police officers of Bandra police station.
Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam had earlier claimed that seven photo offers had been snatched from Sushant in the last six months. He tweeted, ‘Seven pictures lost in six months! But why? There is no limit to the brutality of this film industry. Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, meanwhile, told Indian media that police would look into whether there was any professional animosity in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.
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