A case of an imposter scam came up, which claimed that Salman khan films (SKF) were casting for future films through the production house. Actor Aansh Arora received several Casting calls, Messages, and Email from Shruti, who is pretending to work in “Salman khan films” Or SKF through email@example.com (Salman Khan Films) domain, in which She offered Aansh a negative lead role in Salman Khan's next, Tiger Zinda Hai 3. The meeting and audition for the same were scheduled as per mutual convenience for 3rd of March, Tuesday at 11 am with the director Prabhu Deva.
Later on, she cancelled the meeting saying that the director is busy today, but upon showing him your profile and videos, he has shortlisted you for the negative lead role and we can arrange the meeting at a later stage. She even asked Aansh to take a project considering that his training for the movie will start in a month. The chats and email from Shruti state Aansh have to come to the Salman khan films office and has to send his shirtless body profile as well, mentioning the role is of a “wrestler”.
Recently, Salman Khan had taken to social media and shared a statement in detail that read, “This is to clarify that neither I nor Salman Khan Films are casting for any film currently. We have not hired any casting agents for any of our future films. Please do not trust any emails or messages received by you for this purpose. Legal action will be taken if any party is found falsely using SKF or my name in any unauthorized manner.”
After the clarification of Bollywood Super Star Salman Khan on these fake Calls and email, the domain of which he does not even own. Now, Actor Aansh Arora has taken legal action and lodged a complaint at Mumbai’s Oshiwara police station against the imposter as she was cheating him and was responsible for all the fuss created and playing with his future projects.
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