Salman Khan's Name Falsely Used In A Charity Event Advertisement; Actor Informs Fans About The Fraud
Salman Khan took to social media and cleared the air about not being associated with any charity show, after a fake advertisement, using Salman Khan's name as the guest at an event, featured in a newspaper
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In a recent case, the superstar’s name and his foundation Being Human’s name was misused to take money from the people. If latest reports are to be believed, money has been taken from Salman’s fan in the name of him attending an event in Bijnor city in Uttar Pradesh.
Now, taking to social media, Salman Khan shared the picture of the fake advertisement that featured in a newspaper. In his tweet the superstar denied being a part of the event in ‘any way’. In his tweet he wrote, “Neither Being Human Foundation nor me are associated with this event in any way...”
Neither Being Human Foundation nor me are associated with this event in any way... pic.twitter.com/bwXdYYCaiO— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) May 2, 2019
Soon after his tweet, Salman’s fans even thanked the star for clearing the air. A netizen wrote, “Thanks Bhai for confirming this ! Many's are Doing Frauds in the Name of you ! Note- If Salman or Being Human Foundation associates any event then Salman sir Tweets about that earlier!.” While another wrote, “thank you sir for replying & giving clarification about this issue, I almost aware about the organiser it must definitely be fake.”
Thanks Bhai for confirming this ! Many's are Doing Frauds in the Name of you !— Krιѕн (@Salman_for_life) May 2, 2019
Note- If Salman or Being Human Foundation associates any event then Salman sir Tweets about that earlier !
https://t.co/mzuIJKM3Qp thank you sir for replying & giving clarification about this issue, I almost aware about the organiser it must definitely be fake.— VAIBHAV (@vaibhavbailey) May 2, 2019
Meanwhile, Salman Khan is gearing up for the release of Ali Abbas Zafar’s Bharat, which also stars Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani, Sunil Grover, Tabu, Jackie Shroff in the lead roles. Produced by Atul Agnihotri and Bhushan Kumar, Bharat is slated to release on June 5, which marks the festival, Eid.