Salman Khan and his new film Tiger Zinda Hai trapped in difficulties


The FIR was registered to hurt the feelings of lower castes against Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty.

According to the Indian media, Bollywood actor Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty are again in trouble. FIR was registered against both of them in the Andheri police station of Mumboy, to emotions of lower caste people.

The FIR registered against Salman Khan, by the Republic Party, which has said that both the actors used the word “sweeper” in the TV shows.

Salman Khan used a word in “sweeper” in negative words with Katrina Kaif in a show, and Shilpa Shetty said in another show, “I look like a “sweeper”. The FIR has said that the use of such words has been very painful and hurtful; therefore action should be taken against both of them.

Tiger Zinda Hai in difficulties first day

After using a controversy word by Salman Khan, his new movie “Tiger is hai” has become difficult. The protesters on the first-day film screening burned Salman Khan Posters while protesting against Dabbang Khan.

According to the Indian media, people associated with the community Valmiki in Jaipur demonstrated to protest against Salman Khan and the film “Tiger Zinda Hai”, released in the cinema.

2nd Case

The trial has been registered to hurt the feeling of the Muslims against Bollywood Salman Khan.

According to Indian media reports, Mohammed Asim Mohammad Arif, a citizen of Mumbai, filed a complaint against Salman Khan to hurt Muslim religion sentiment,

The applicant’s stand was that Salman Khan had organized a fashion show to promote his welfare institution “Bang Human” in which a model wore a shirt on which there were some words written in Arabic that was synonymous with the religious sentiment of Muslims.

Police’s opinion about this case

Mumbai Police says the case against the Bollywood superstar has been filed under Section 295 A, According to which intentionally envy the sentiments of those who believe in any religion, religion or sect, or taking any such action comes into a crime category.