Salman Khan speaks up about Death Threats by Lawrence Bishnoi, Says whatever is going to happen will happen
Salman Khan, one of the biggest Bollywood stars, has recently spoken up about the death threats he has been receiving and the security measures he has had to take as a result. This comes after an interview with a TV channel in which a gangster named Lawrence Bishnoi said that Salman should apologize to the Bishnoi community or face the consequences.
Bollywood Bhaijaan, as he is known to fans, has been enjoying the success of his latest film, "Kisi ka Bhai kisi ki jaan", which has crossed 100 crore despite not meeting expectations. The movie, which was released on Eid, also stars Pooja Hegde, Shehnaz Gill, Palak Tiwari, Raghav Jugal, Jassi Gill, and Siddharth Nigam.
However, amidst the success of the film, Salman has been making headlines for other reasons. In the interview with the TV channel, he spoke about the serious danger he faces and the need for security. He stated that it is better to have security than insecurity and that he can no longer go out alone on the road or ride a bicycle.
The Mumbai police have already provided the megastar with Y category security. Salman has expressed concern that his security is causing inconvenience to the public and his fans, but he has no choice given the danger he is in.
Salman also gave a reply from his latest movie, "Kisi ka Bhai kisi ki jaan", saying that he knows whatever is going to happen will happen no matter what you do about it. He added that there are many sheras (lions) around him, implying that he has a strong support system.
This is not the first time Salman has faced death threats. In 2018, the actor had received a death threat from another gangster, Sampat Nehra, who was later arrested. The Bishnoi community is known for their love of nature and animals, and Salman had previously been accused of hunting two blackbucks in Rajasthan in 1998, an incident for which he was convicted and sentenced to five years in prison in 2018. He was later acquitted by the Rajasthan High Court.
Salman Khan's latest interview sheds light on the security concerns that celebrities face and the importance of taking such threats seriously. While it may be inconvenient for the public and his fans, the need for security cannot be ignored, and it is up to the authorities to ensure the safety of all citizens.
- PTC PUNJABI