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After Fire Crackers, Salman Khan Urges Fans Not to Waste Milk on Antim: the Final Truth Poster

It seems like Salman Khan's fans are going over the board after the reopening of cinemas in India

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Salman Khan has urged his fans not to waste milk on the film Antim: the Final Truth poster.

The message was shared by the Bollywood actor in a social media post who plays a Sikh cop who uses his brain and brawn to bring down the system of goons and paid musclemen in the remake of the Marathi blockbuster Mulshi Pattern.

In an Instagram post, Salman Khan shared a viral video of fans pouring milk on his Antim character poster and urged them not to indulge in such behaviour.

The Dabangg actor captioned his post saying, “Kai logon ko paani naseeb nahiin hota aur aap aise doodh waste karr rahe ho.( Many people are deprived of water and you are wasting milk like that).”

“Agar aapko doodh dena hi hai toh my request to all my fans is ki Aap gareeb bacchon ko pilayein jinhe doodh peene ko nahiin milta,( If you want to give away milk then it’s my request to all my fans to give milk to poor children who can’t afford it), he added.

Earlier a video of fans bursting crackers inside a theatre during the screening of Antim: The Final Truth went viral on social media.

the film’s lead actor Salman Khan had to issue an appeal on Saturday night requesting film fans not to burst crackers inside the theatre.

The actor posted a video of the aforementioned theatre with a caption: “Request all my fans not to take firecrackers inside the auditorium as it could prove to be a huge fire hazard thereby endangering your lives and also others. My request to theatre owners is not to allow firecrackers to be taken inside the cinema and security should stop them from doing so at the entry point. Enjoy the film by all means but please please avoid this. This is my request to all my fans… Thank you.”

 

It seems like Salman Khan’s fans are going over the board after the reopening of cinemas in India

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