How Has the Film Industry Made a Fool Like Salman Khan Their Icon: BJP

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By DoThe Best July 27, 2015 12:36

How Has the Film Industry Made a Fool Like Salman Khan Their Icon: BJP

While BJP’s youth wing planned a protest over the tweets, outside Khan’s Bandra residence, Mumbai BJP president, Ashish Shelar met Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao and asked him to cancel actor’s bail.

A late night drive-by on Twitter by Salman Khan is costing him dear, with the BJP the same party which had invited his father for an iftar party recently approaching the Governor with a plea to cancel the actor’s bail in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

Late on Saturday night, the actor came out in defence of 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon, who is scheduled to hang on July 30. “Get Tiger hang him, parade him not his brother… 1 innocent man killed is killing the humanity,” Salman had tweeted. Most of his tweets in defence of Yakub Memon were in Hindi, used SMS lingo and were riddled with spelling errors.

The tweets kicked off a row, forcing the actor to tweet an apology on Sunday evening. He claimed his father (Salim Khan) called him and asked him to retract his tweets as they were causing unnecessary misunderstanding. The apology tweets, however, were crisp and in proper English, which led many to ask whether they had been written by hi

DoThe Best
By DoThe Best July 27, 2015 12:36