Rabia Khan accuses Salman Khan and seeks Justice for Jiah and Sushant

The death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput has left many Bollywood people shaken. Many stars are opening secrets one after the other which are surprising. There are also reports that many films were taken away from Sushant within 6 months, not only that, he was also banned from many production houses. It is said to be the major reason for Sushant's depression. The issue of Sushant's suicide was hot in the industry, that now Rabia Ameen, mother of 'Nishabd' actress Jiah Khan, has accused Salman Khan.

Recently, she has uploaded a video on social media, in which she is making many serious allegations on Salman. Rabia said in this video, 'My condolences are with Sushant Singh's family. This is heartbreaking. This is not a joke. Bollywood has to change, Bollywood has to wake up. Bollywood has to stop bullying. She further said, 'Whatever is happening, it reminded me of 2015 when I went to meet the CBI officer. He called me from London and told us that we had found some important evidence. When I arrived, he said that I got a call from Salman Khan. He calls every day to talk about money. They ask not to interrogate the boy, do not touch him, then what can we do, Madam.

After this issue, Salman's name is continuously coming up due to some reason. Recently, Jiah Khan's mother Rabia said, 'The officer also seemed frustrated with these things. Then I took the matter to the high officials of Delhi. I complained about it, but if this is to happen that you are influencing the investigation with your money, pressure then I do not know in which direction we as a citizen are going. I want to say, stand up, fight against this toxic behaviour of Bollywood. Before Rabia, Anurag Kashyap's brother also made many allegations against Salman.

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