Armed Men Disrupt Salman Khan's Race 3 Shooting; Superstar Rushed Back Home

Armed Men Disrupt Salman Khan's Race 3 Shooting; Superstar Rushed Back Home

Armed Men Disrupt Salman Khan's Race 3 Shooting; Superstar Rushed Back Home

With the huge success of Tiger Zinda Hai, Salman Khan has kickstarted 2018 with the shooting of his upcoming film Race 3.

Even though Salman Khan felt that he would be safer in Mumbai compared to the ongoing problems in Rajasthan over the blackbuck controversy, reports have it that men in the city too are being prepared to cause some mischief around the sets the superstar has been shooting.

The black buck case - in which Salman is charged with poaching the endangered animal - has been going on in Jodhpur for the past 10 years.

Lawrence was quoted as saying, "Salman Khan will be killed here, in Jodhpur".

It's Damn Scary

2018 has begun on a freaky note for Bollywood, with the current box office king Salman King being threatened by a gangster named Lawrence Bishnoi, after he appeared in Jodhpur court for the Blackbuck hunting case. The gangster reportedly belongs to the community who worship the black bucks and Salman is accused of killing them.

Confirming the news of threats, Salman's father Salim Khan said that he doesn't know the exact details about when Salman leaves the sets, but he does know that there were some threats. According to sources, Salman Khan was escorted to his residence in another vehicle guarded by six cops, while his auto was driven back to his home by other cops. In fact, the police force who barged into the sets of Race 3 ensured that the actor was accompanied by heavy security at all times. "The police are taking Bishnoi's threat seriously but we have assured Salman that he will receive maximum police protection".

Talking about this case, Ramesh Taurani said, "There are additional bouncers, guards and personnel to safeguard Salman and the unit at all times".

Following these threats, Salman has now been advised to keep a low profile, stay away from his cycling sessions on the road and also not inform his fans about his whereabouts on social media.

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