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Watch: Salman Khan snatches phone of a fan who tried to take selfie with actor without his consent

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 28 January 2020, 19:20 IST
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Bollywood star Salman Khan was spotted snatching the phone of a fan who tried to take selfie with the actor with his consent at the Goa airport. The video clip of the occurrence has now gone rife.

The video clip displays Salman Khan coming out of the airport even as the fan can be seen trying to take a selfie with the superstar. Instantaneously, a patently angry Salman snatched the phone from his hand and walked away. Presently, the actor is in Goa for the shoot of his forthcoming movie Radhe.

The fan was later identified as a ground staff working for an airline, claimed PTI. "No formal complaint is lodged but when the video went viral, we inquired about the incident and confirmed it," said a senior official of the airport. When approached, Airport Police Inspector Sagar Ekoskar stated the no official complaint has been lodged.

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Radhe, which also features Randeep Hooda and Disha Patani, is expected to be an action thriller. The crew has been shooting in Mumbai. As maintained by Mumbai Mirror for a 20 minutes action scene, the makers splashed out as much as Rs 7.5 crores. It was a VFX heavy sequence. The report stated, “Shooting in chroma key is an expensive process that only big-ticket filmmakers can afford. Baahubali (2015) and its sequel (2017) were two of the recent films that employed the technology. While the process of shooting a video on a blue or green background hardly burns a hole in the pocket, the lighting required for chroma is expensive. Then comes the VFX part, where the background is removed digitally and replaces with the background of one’s choice.”

Salman Khan was last seen in Dabangg 3 and Bharat, both of which proved to be hits. Talking about the movie, the Hindustan Times review mentioned, “A lot like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Salman emerges as an advocate for peace between India and Pakistan. A long drawn out sequence underlines how both the countries lost their own identities during the Partition, and how wounds are far from healed may feel manipulative, but it works.”

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First published: 28 January 2020, 19:16 IST