Shocking! Unknown Caller Threatens To Kill Salman Khan, Security To Be Tightened!

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[tps_footer]Bollywood celebrities are usually in limelight and so they are always under the target for some or other reason. Various actors since decades have received threatening calls for whatever might be the reason and this time its none other than actor Salman Khan who is under target.

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Reportedly, an anonymous phone caller has threatened to kill Bollywood actor Salman Khan, which made Mumbai Police to launch a probe, said by an official on Monday. On February 16, a phone call was made to city’s Mumbai police control room, suspected as a hoax call. Though no case has been filed, but Mumbai Police has already launched a probe over this incident. Not taking any chance, the police is already being alert over this matter.

Also, police has managed to locate the location from where the call was made. The repeated calls were made from a PCO of Marine Drive in South Mumbai and Kurar police station area in Malad East, but the police is yet to identify the unknown person who made the call. Not willing to take any chances, reportedly cops have decided to review Salman Khan’s security.

Reportedly, the police also suspect the person who called Salman Khan was drunk while he phone called saying, “Salman Khan ko main goliyan maarunga (I will shoot Salman Khan).”

Well, this is surely a very serious matter as Salman Khan has received threatening calls, which means his life is in danger. Salman Khan is undoubtedly riding high on success and since his film ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan‘ took the Box Office by storm, the actor is under limelight. Meanwhile, the Box Office king is currently shooting for his upcoming big film Sultan, which also stars Anushka Sharma in the lead role.

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On the other hand, the ‘Being Human’ star who is controversy’s favourite child, has been issued a notice by Supreme Court in the 2002 hit-and-run case on the Maharashtra government’s petition challenging his acquittal by the Bombay high court.[/tps_footer]