A journalist accused Bhatt of placing the person’s life in danger by taking his title in one among her Tweets. Clapping again, the Bollywood actress clarified that she didn’t title anybody. She additionally suggested the person to chorus from taking ‘wonderful selfies’ and sharing them on social media.
Take a look at her Tweet right here:
She wrote, ‘I’ve not taken their title if you happen to use your eyes to really ‘see’ & re-read my tweet. Or is that an excessive amount of to ask? Advise the stated particular person to chorus from taking & then leaking such wonderful ‘selfies’ subsequent time as they go viral. Discretion is the higher a part of valour, is it not?’
Pooja had earlier tweeted saying, ‘After which now we have these, who would fail to be solid as ‘non-public detectives’ in probably the most archaic Bollywood movie. Truth is stranger than fiction & replete with way more clichés. Time to vary ‘Appears like a Bollywood villain’ to ‘Appears like a Pvt Detective outsourced by a Govt company’
Replying to this tweet, the journalist, wrote, “An informer will be with police/ED/CBI/NIA/NCB. & informer may very well be anybody. Passing info and serving to busting of a racket just isn’t against the law. U are placing their lives at risk by taking their names. Drug peddlers may assault informers now. You may as well assist and be in raid.’
After the selfie of Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan with an unidentified man throughout his latest interrogation with the Narcotics Management Bureau went viral on social media, the company got here ahead to situation a clarification and asserted, “the person on this image with Aryan Khan just isn’t an officer or worker of NCB.”
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