Salman Khan’s fake casting agent will now face the brunt of the police. Actor Aansh Arora has filed a complaint against her.
Aansh Arora received several casting calls, text messages (chat produced below) and emails from a certain Shruti who’s apparently pretending to work in Salman Khan Films (SKF). This Shruti has been sending emails via an id, firstname.lastname@example.org (God knows to how many people), one of which offered Aansh a negative lead role in Salman Khan’s upcoming, Tiger Zinda Hai 3. The meeting and audition for the same were scheduled as per mutual convenience for March 3, Tuesday, 11 am with the film’s director Prabhu Dheva.
Later, according to Ansh, Shruti cancelled the meeting saying that the director is busy today, but upon showing him your profile and videos he has been shortlisted for the role in question. Shruti even asked Aansh to not take up any other work outside in near future, considering that his training for the movie will start in a month.
The chats and emails from Shruti further went on to order Aansh to come over to the SKF office and before that, send his shirtless picture.
Just the other day, Salman took to Twitter, saying, “This is to clarify that neither I nor Salman Khan Films are casting for any film currently. We have not hired any casting agents for any of our future films. Please do not trust any emails or messages received by you for this purpose. Legal action will be taken if any party is found falsely using SKF or my name in any unauthorized manner.”
Aansh, we believe, was shocked to bits when he read this. The fooled actor has now lodged a complaint at Mumbai’s Oshiwara Police Station against the imposter, who he claims, ended up playing with his other assignments.
Repeated calls to Shruti and even a text message by this journalist did not evoke any response till the time of going online.
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