‘Dabangg’ Director makes Explosive Allegations against Salman Khan, Appeals to Probe Sushant’s Suicide Deep!Jun 17, 2020 07:03 AM
Abhinav Kashyap, the director of ‘Dabangg’ made sensational allegations against Salman Khan and his family members. Abhinav alleged that his career was ruined by the bullying of the star hero. Further, he went on to state that Salman’s brothers Arbaaz and Sohail threatened the producers of his movies to stop making films with him. Kashyap added that even his marriage was also ended in a divorce due to the bachelor star’s family.
In a reaction to the suicidal death of Sushant Singh Rajput, the Dabangg director has left a lengthy note on social media. In the post, he mentioned that Salim Khan, Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan are his enemies. Kashyap revealed that Salman Khan’s family which wanted to control his career couldn’t take it in a good spirit when he refused to direct the sequel of Dabangg.
Explaining the consequences of his denial to direct their film, Abhinav alleged that Salman’s father and brothers sabotaged his ‘Besharm’ project by bullying the initial producers of it, ‘Shree Ashtavinayak Films’. ‘After that, they did the same thing with ‘Viacom Pictures’ too and this time it was Sohail Khan. ‘I had to return my signing fees of 7 Cr along with the interest of 90 lakhs plus as Viacom also succumbed to their pressure.’ shared the director.
Finally, I ended up making ‘Besharam’ with the support of Reliance Entertainments but only to fail at the box office due to the sustained negative campaign by the PROs of Salim Khan and his family’ alleged Kashyap. Director of Dabangg also expressed that his career was ruined by Salman’s family with repeated life threats and rape threats given for the female members of his family. ‘The sustained bullying ruined my mental health and eventually led to the breakup of my family through divorce.’ explained the director.
Expressing his doubts over the role of YRF Talent Management Agency in Sushant’s suicidal death, Abhinav Kashyap appealed the Government to launch a detailed investigation into the young actor’s untimely and unnatural demise.