Goldy Brar’s next target is Salman Khan. Salman Khan would be the next victim, according to the infamous mobster, following Sidhu Moosewala. They won’t forgive the actor, according to Goldy Brar. According to him, their hostility is unwavering, and they won’t spare any of their adversaries.
Lawrence Bishnoi had previously declared that he would pardon the celebrity if he asked for pardon from the Bishnoi community. Salman Khan won’t apologise, according to Goldy Brar, who said Lawrence informed him as much. Salman Khan would only receive mercy from him when he felt like it, he claimed.
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The star’s fans are concerned by the explicit death threat. In response to information that a complex plot had been formed, Mumbai Police increased security outside Galaxy Apartments a few months ago. Salman Khan is presently under increased protection thanks to his team. There are currently several persons with him.
The celebrity also acquired a brand-new armoured vehicle. The new automobile gets a B6 or B7 security rating. The Mumbai Police is investigating these threats and may increase the star’s protection. Today, Salman Khan is protected to Y level. The celebrity admitted that he did feel threatened by the heavy security surrounding him.
In an interview with India Today, Goldy Brar acknowledged his involvement in Sidhu Moosewala’s murder. He labelled the artist as an egotistical brat. He said that Moosewala had hurt them personally, which was the reason he chose to take his life.
In the Sidhu Moosewala case, justice is still sought after. Recently, we’ve heard of complaints concerning Salman Khan’s security. Social media was inundated with Vicky Kaushal’s viral video. Another actress, Hema Sharma, said that Salman Khan’s security staff treated her like a dog and insulted her.
‘Tiger 3’ and ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’ are two of Salman Khan’s current projects under production. He’ll shortly begin working on some brand-new projects. Everyone is growing increasingly concerned about this issue.