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For the last three days, Salman Khan has been under fire for this comment he made in an interview:

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In film critic Mayank Shekhar's book Name Place Animal Thing, he relays an anecdote about Khan's allegedly sleazy behaviour with a female journalist:

I had just recently heard about how film star Salman Khan had insisted he drop a journalist back home after a long interview. It wasn’t too late in the evening. She didn’t particularly fancy a chivalrous ride. But he wouldn’t take no for an answer. He’s a bit of a brat like that.

She relented. They drove together. He insisted on driving her right up to her building’s gate, asking her to specifically point out the floor she stayed in. “Now I know where you live,” he told her sweetly. “That (long) interview I just gave you? Don’t publish it.”

Shekhar, himself, also quoted the tweeted excerpt.

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in General by Camera Operator (9.6k points)
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1 hour and no new articles?!!??! c'mon bro you are so close....
take him down....
aaj ki mehnat ... kal ki azaadi

so search away .... many many articles.....
mehnat kar lai aaj.

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+1 vote

o wow.... so what happened after??? so did it do anything to salman khan??? i hope it did... otherwise its lot of your energy and intentions... going to waste....

by Star (153k points)
+1 vote

Wow what a move by salman..loved him...did she published that interview?

by Production Designer (12.5k points)
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Well what is the use of posting such old articles?

by Star (140k points)
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When a journo asked him about Tanushree, it looked like he is going to repeat the offense again. His look was that bad... Do check it out......

by Second Unit Director (77.4k points)
–2 votes

if the metoo movement ever actually became powerful, Salman would definitely lose a lot of fans.

by Assistant Director (49.2k points)

Nope, do you think any star has fallen into as much controversy/cases as Salman.
Noone is even close, stars like akki think a negative video will dent his image (Tanushree case), Salman simply doesn't care
He has been projected as a bad boy/abuser/criminal since years
Media has always shown him in bad light
what has happened?
Salman is among the very few Real Superstar of Indian cinema and such superstar will fall only due to their own mistake, nobody can bring them down.
Even after the worst received movie of all time Race3 his next movie will open to excellent occupancy.
Rape remark, huge huge outrage still his very next movie sultan opened bumper and became blockbuster, yakub menon case prdp still is the biggest opener.
Salman proven guilty in hit n run case his next movie BB still one of the biggest blockbuster of Indian cinema.
MPKK opened to excellent number why❓

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