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Dabangg Director Abhinav Kashyap Slams Salman Khan and Family

As the death of Sushant Singh Rajput shocked many in B Town and other domains, it also raised many questions, which Dabangg fame director Abhiav Kashyap seems to be posing. The late actor was not happy with the way his career was shaping up and there were rumors that he lost a couple of films in the lockdown period thus feeling backstabbed. As per times of India, and the Facebook post (as shared below) by the Besharam fame director one can see a detailed message on his social media page talking about the way the talent management companies work in B Town. 

They call their functioning as a potential death trap and equate them as places for death traps for actors calling them as white collared Dalaals. He also talked about the treatment he has received from Salman Khan and his family. While talking about the same, the filmmaker said that he gave up directing Dabangg 2 in 2012 was due to Arbaaz Khan. He alleged that Khan was taking up the full control of his career by bullying him. 

He further said that he now knows who his enemies are after working in Bollywood for a decade or so. He called Salman Khan, Salim Khan, Sohel Khan and Arbaaz Khan to be his enemy. He further alleged that Salman Khan and his brother Sohail Khan have tried to sabotage his career by making calls to the film producers whom he signed to work. He lost a few films in his career by returning the signing amounts along with the interest amount as well. His film Besharam was trolled for no reason and still the sabotage continues. 

Check his Facebook post as under for more details about what he wrote about being sabotaged by the Khan brothers.

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