Salman Khan, who is currently in self-isolation at his Panvel farmhouse with a few close ones, banished the rumours that he is casting for a film.
Clarifying about the same, Salman posted a tweet on Wednesday. He wrote: “Mat karo rumours pe trust”. In order to drive the point home, he also released an official statement which says “This is to clarify that neither I nor Salman Khan Films are casting for any film currently. We have not hired any casting agents for any of our future films.”
Salman urged his followers and admirers not to pay heed to such messages that might have wrongfully used his reference.
He further added that he will opt for legal route against the unauthorised use of his name to distribute false messages: “Please do not trust any emails or messages received by you for this purpose. Legal action will be taken if any party is found falsely using SKF or my name in any unauthorised manner.”
Take a look at the ‘Dabangg’ actor’s tweet here:
Salman was last seen on silver screen in ‘Dabangg 3’. His production house’s next release is ‘Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai’ which is Salman’s third collaboration with Prabhu Deva.
Apparently, the ‘Kick’ actor was busy in shooting for the same before production houses shut down in earlier March. Later, lockdown was imposed on March 25.
Taran Adarsh, who is a trade analyst, recently shared an update about ‘Radhe:Your Most Wanted Bhai’s status. He wrote, “Radhe, starring Salman Khan and Disha Patani: The film is not complete yet… Filming of two songs and some sequences pending… Dubbing, VFX, post-production work pending too.”
The film also features Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff. It was expected to release on May 22.
Salman Khan recently released his single “Tere Bina” which also features Jacqueline Fernandes who is currently staying in his farmhouse. Sharing the song’s latest poster on Instagram, Salman wrote, “Maine yeh gaana banaya, gaya, shoot kiya aur post kiya aap ke liye, ab aap bhi yeh gaana suno, gaao, aur aap ke swag mai shoot karo ghar pe, post karo, share karo, and enjoy karo.”