This is a very serious issue and I'm highly disappointed: Fahmaan Khan
This is a very serious issue and I'm highly disappointed: Fahmaan Khan

Imlie fame, Fahmaan Khan, who is currently seen playing the lead role, took to his social media handle and uploaded a video asking his fans to stop spreading hatred and negativity towards other actors.

Without taking any name or giving any details, Fahmaan started the video by saying, "I am making this video with regards to all the hatred and negativity which a lot of people have been spreading towards the actors I have worked with in the past."

He also said, "Apke liye ye ladai hoga, mazak hoga, timepass hoga lekin hm actors din bhar hardwork karte hai apko entertain krne ke liye." The actor has many fan clubs for him and it seems like the actor is upset with one of his fan clubs, spreading negativity. The actor looked visibly angry and in a sad tone asked all the fan clubs to not spread hatred towards anyone out there.

Fahmaan was seen giving a warning to the fan clubs who have been constantly spreading hatred on social media and said that he'd report their accounts and get their social media deleted if the thing happens next time. At the end of the video, he asks fans to stop spreading negativity and hatred.



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He wrote in the caption, "This is a very serious issue and I am highly disappointed in all of you who have been doing this. I will not accept any of this anymore. Please is rest assured that I will take the time out and do what I have said in the video? I love everything you all do but hatred and negativity is just unacceptable."

At last, he wrote, “Positivity in life reflects a lot on who you are and will be as a person. If you have negativity then please keep it to yourself and enjoy your life with it.”

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