This actor receives fake message in name of Salman Khan, filed complaint
This actor receives fake message in name of Salman Khan, filed complaint

Currently, lockdown is going on across the country due to Coronavirus. The stars are also imprisoned in their respective homes. In this difficult time, actor Ansh Arora has revealed a big fraud. Recently, Ansh has complained about this to the police as well. Salman Khan has also had to give a statement on this whole matter. Ansh Arora had received a message and mail claiming, "Salman Khan is casting Villain for his franchise Tiger and this role has been offered to him".

After that, on being suspicious, Ansh gave the information to the police and he has also lodged a complaint in this case at Oshiwara police station in Mumbai. It can be clearly seen in the WhatsApp message and mail shared by actor Ansh Arora that he had received a WhatsApp message from Shruti. You can clearly see in it that "She is looking for a TV actor for Salman Khan's film". In this message, excerpts are also being called to the office. Now after watching all this recently, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has given his response.

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Salman has tweeted his reply and has written, 'Right now I and Salman Khan Films are not casting for any film. We have not hired any casting agent. Do not trust the messages and emails you receive in this matter. In such a case, action will be taken against those who misuse the name of mine or Salman Khan Films.' Salman Khan is currently in his farmhouse in Panvel where he is spending his best time.

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