Defensive Salman said :My brother was concerned about my father. He was not abusing you.

When Sohail was coming out of Otters’ club after having dinner with his father and step mother Salim Khan at the time incident took place.

Two female reporters were waiting outside the club to ask them about Salman’s wedding. While Salim Khan was humorous and joked about Salman having already married 40 years back, Sohail Khan lost his cool. First he settled his family inside the car, then he walked toward the female reporters and used some Hindi cuss word for asking Salman’s marriage related question.

 Salman Said on support of his younger brother that ”He didn’t misbehave.I don’t think he will misbehave.” He continued saying media personnel shouldn’t stick their mikes into celebritie’s faces to seek bytes. He requested media to maintain decorum, “Just the other day I was coming out from the airport and one journalist kept a mike in front of my friend’s face.

Now my Dad is 80. You can’t come and stick your mike in front of him. What if he falls? This happened with Sohail. Please don’t try this stuff with me or my parents, my family friends, especially my mother Helen aunty and my dad. We are young people. You can do it with us. You wouldn’t like it if we do it with your parents. Have some respect. My brother was concerned about my father. He was not abusing you.

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