My Movies Have Been Disrupted By Salman Khan’s Family

My movies have been disrupted by Salman Khan’s family, says ‘Dabangg’ director Abhinav Kashyap. 10 years in the wake of dropping out of ‘Dabangg’ spin-offs featuring Salman Khan, Bollywood director Abhinav Kashyap portrays his side of the story in a Facebook post.

Abhinav Singh Kashyap, director of Dabangg and Besharam, has posted a long articulation via web-based networking media, in which he blames Salman Khan, his siblings Sohail and Arbaaz and their dad Salim Khan, for subverting his vocation in the Hindi film industry.

In the announcement, he likewise clarified why he didn’t come back to coordinate the Dabangg continuation.

I have encountered abuse and harassing direct. The motivation behind why I moved out of making Dabangg 2 ten years prior was that Arbaaz Khan in plot with Sohail Khan and family was attempting to assume responsibility for my vocation by harassing me.

Arbaaz Khan subverted my second undertaking with Shree Ashtavinayak Movies that I was joined with by specifically calling their head Raj Mehta and compromising him with critical outcomes in the event that they made a film with me.

I needed to restore the marking cash to Shree Ashtavinayak Movies and moved to Viacom Pictures. They did likewise. Just this time the sabotager was Sohail Khan and he threatened the then Viacom President Vikram Malhotra,” composes Abhinav.

Abhinav further says, “My adversaries are sharp, sly and consistently assault me from the back and remain covered up. In any case, the best part is following 10 years, I know who my foes are.

Leave it alone realized that they are Salim Khan, Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan, and Sohail Khan. There are numerous other little fry’s yet Salman Khan’s family is the leader of this venomous snake. They utilize a sharp blend of not well-gotten cash, political clout, and associations with the black market to scare anybody and everybody.”

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