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‘Being Human’ an attempt to change Salman’s goon image, alleges filmmaker


Team Udayavani, Jun 20, 2020, 3:53 PM IST

Mumbai: Days after accusing Salman Khan and his family of sabotaging his career, Dabangg director Abhinav Kashyap has claimed that the charity of Being Human is simply an attempt to change Salman Khan’s image as a goon.

The filmmaker alleged that Salman’s father Salim Khan came up the idea of Being Human in an attempt to change the actor’s image so as to influence the media and judge in his criminal court cases.

In a Facebook post, Kashyap wrote: “Janaab Salim Khan ka sabse bada idea hai Being Human. Being Human ki charity mahaj ek dikhava hai… ‘Dabangg’ ki shooting ke dauran meri ankhon ke samne panch cycle bantti thi… Agle din akhbaron mein chhapta tha danveer Salman Khan ne 500 cycle gareebon mein baanti.. Saari koshish Salman Khan ki gunde mawali wali chhabi sudharne ki thi taaki inke tamaam criminal court cases mein media aur judge inpar thodi riyayat barte (Being Human is the biggest idea of Mr Salim Khan. The charity of Being Human is just a show off. During the shooting of ‘Dabangg’, five cycles were distributed in front of my eyes. The next day it would be out on the newspapers that Salman Khan has distributed 500 cycles among the poor. This was an attempt to change Salman Khan’s image as a goon, to influence the media and judge in his criminal court cases).

Being Human aj 500 rupaye ki jeans 5000 me bechta hai.. aur pata nahi kin kin tarikon se charity ke naam par money laundering chal rahi hai… Seedhi saadi janta ki ankhon mein dhool jhonkkar unse note bator rahein hain yeh dhurt log… Inki mansha kisiko kuch dene ki nahi, sirf lene ki hai. Sarkar ko chahiye ki Being Human ki bhi gehri janch ho…main sarkar ka pura sehyog karunga (today Being Human sells a Rs 500 jeans for Rs 5000. I don’t know in what other ways money laundering is happening in the name of charity. Innocent common people are fooled into paying money. They don’t intend to give anything to anyone, they just want to take. The government should investigate Being Human too. I will completely assist the government from my end).”

Earlier this week, Sonu Nigam while speaking about the music mafia had made an indirect reference at Salman while stating a particular actor had reportedly asked to drop a song recorded by Arijit Singh from his film Sultan after he was offended by the singer’s mannerisms at an award show.

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