Arbaaz Khan Reacts To Abhinav Kashyap's Claim That The Brand Being Human Is Just For Show Off

Pallavi Manoj , 22 Jun 2020
Arbaaz Khan, Abhinav Kashyap, (Source: Instagram | @arbaazkhanofficial | Facebook | @askashap)
Arbaaz Khan, Abhinav Kashyap, (Source: Instagram | @arbaazkhanofficial | Facebook | @askashap)

Ever since his first lengthy post requesting the government to probe further into Sushant Singh Rajput‘s demise by talking about how he was boycotted by Salman Khan‘s family, there’s no stopping the director Abhinav Kashyap. He has since posted several such Facebook statuses that are strong and revealed many things most people were unaware of the industry and mainly the Salman Khan family. In a recent post, he alleged that the charity done by Salman’s brand Being Human was just for show off. He said that it was Salim Khan‘s biggest idea in order to gain sympathy and get in the good books of judges in an effort to cleanse Salman’s image. In yet another long post, he spoke about how their intention was not to help people and they sell jeans worth Rs. 500 for Rs.5000. He also spoke about an incident when five cycles were distributed to the needy in front of him, but news the next day printed that Salman had distributed around 500 cycles to the poor. As you can see these are some serious and strong allegations. While Salman is yet to react to these accusations, his brother Arbaaz Khan has. While speaking to Hindustan Times, the producer- actor spoke about how they’re dealing with this by going the legal way.

He said:

We have taken legal action and have also complained to the film association. We would like to go that way, not interested in fighting this any other way… We are doing what we think is the best way to address this.

Abhinav’s first post about the Khan family accused Arbaaz, Sohail, and Salman of bullying, boycotting and destroying his career after he directed Dabangg in 2010.

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