A while we had shared the news that Salman Khan has received a death threat from the Bishnoi community who worships black bucks. Salman Khan was in Jodhpur in reference the black buck case — in which Salman is charged with poaching the endangered animal — has been going on in Jodhpur for the past 10 years.
As per sources Rajasthan gangster, Lawrence Bishnoi was quoted saying that, he “Salman Khan will be killed here, in Jodhpur…Then he will come to know about our real identity. Now, if police want me to do some major crime, I shall kill Salman Khan and that too in Jodhpur”
Salman Khan didn’t get perturbed by this death threat and soon started shooting for his upcoming movie Race 3 with Jacqueline Fernandez and Anil Kapoor. But the shoot was brought to brought to an abrupt end when Mumbai Police reached the venue and Salman were taken to his home after threats continued.
A source close to the set was quoted saying that, “The police arrived at the Race 3 set in Film City and told Salman and producer Ramesh Taurani that the shoot had to be stopped immediately as the actor needed to head home as soon as possible. Salman was escorted in another car by six cops, while his own car was driven back to his residence by another group of cops.”
A senior Mumba official was quoted saying that, We are taking Bishnoi’s threat seriously but we have assured Salman that he will receive maximum police protection. We are also investigating the motive behind Bishnoi’s threat to Salman.”
The news was confirmed by Salim Khan and was quoted saying that, “While I don’t know the exact details about when he left the sets, I do know that there were some threats. But Salman has a good team of security personnel. This is not the first time that he is getting such threats. In this industry, people keep getting such threats a lot.”
He further said that “The only action we are taking is to make sure that Salman is safe. He is going to the shoots normally right now.” As per latest update, Bishoi is a dangerous gangster who has been charged in over 20 cases of attempt to murder, carjacking, extortion, snatching and under the Arms Act in Punjab-Haryana belt.