Salman Khan’s family talks about his termination

Speaking on behalf of the Khan family, Arbaaz Khan discussed the distressing event that occurred recently outside Salman Khan’s Mumbai home, when two unidentified men fired bullets. Arbaaz emphasized that the incident has left the family feeling quite uneasy, refuting any implication to the contrary. He underlined their collaboration in the current inquiry with the Mumbai Police.

The fact that the attackers arrived on a motorbike and left a live cartridge behind suggests that the Sunday morning event was a well-planned assault. The attackers fired four shots before taking off. Two people have been called in by the Mumbai Crime Branch to be questioned about the purchase and ownership of the motorbike that is connected to the event.

According to sources, the people who were called in have important knowledge on who owns and how the motorbike was acquired. The inquiry explores whether the gunman purchased the motorbike straight from the manufacturer or via a middleman. To far, more than fifteen people have been questioned in relation to the case.


After the event, Salman Khan and Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde had a conversation during which Shinde suggested more stringent security measures. Salman’s security level has been increased to Y-Plus from November 2022 as a result of threats from certain mafia. In order to increase safety, he upgraded to an armored truck and received permission to carry a personal pistol.

Professionally, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi’s most recent film, “Tiger 3,” did well at the box office. In the near future, he will be working on Vishnuvardhan’s “The Bull” and Shah Rukh Khan’s “Tiger vs. Pathaan.” He also stars in AR Murugadoss’ “Sikandar,” which is scheduled for release on Eid 2025.

The love and support that Salman Khan’s family has received at this difficult time is much appreciated. They have faith in the Mumbai Police’s ability to protect them and bring the current inquiry to a satisfactory conclusion.


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