Dabangg film director Abhinav Kashyap, while sharing a post on Facebook, has made many allegations against Salman Khan’s ‘Being Human’ Foundation. Abhinav Kashyap said…
After the suicide of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, ‘nepotism’ has once again gained momentum in the film industry. Filmmaker Abhinav Kashyap has called Salman Khan’s organization Being Human to the money-laundering center, demanding a judicial inquiry into the matter. Abhinav Kashyap shared a post on Facebook, accusing Salman Khan of ‘Being Human’ Foundation.
Abhinav Kashyap wrote, “The biggest idea of Salim Khan is Being Human. The charity of Being Human is just a show-off. During the shooting of Dabangg I used to distribute five bicycles in front of my eyes, the next day it was printed in newspapers that Danwari Salman Khan distributed 500 bicycles to the poor. All efforts were made to improve the image of Salman Khan’s hooliganism, Mawali so that the media and judges would make some concessions in all his criminal court cases. ‘
Abhinav Kashyap further wrote, ‘Being Human sells jeans worth 500 rupees for 5000 thousand today and these sly people are collecting notes from the simple public by throwing dust in their eyes. Don’t know in which ways money laundering is going on in the name of charity. Their intention is not to give anything to anyone, only to take it. The government should also investigate being human. I will fully support the government. ‘
Earlier in another post, Abhinav Kashyap wrote after Sushant Singh’s death, accusing Yash Raj’s agency, “It is perhaps this agency that has inspired Sushant Singh Rajput to take this step further.” This case should also be investigated from this angle. Such agencies do not make people’s careers but spoil them. For the last decade, I have been facing all this myself. My experience is no different from all these things and I too have faced exploitation. Ten years ago, when I became ‘Dabangg 2’, the reason for my exit was that Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan together with their families were trying to control my career and I was very intimidated. ‘