Salman Khan fans bathe his 'Antim' poster in milk, actor condemns wastage

Bollywood star has made it clear he does not want firecrackers inside cinema halls or food wastage over his films.

Entertainment Desk November 29, 2021

Bollywood’s superstar Salman Khan enjoys a fan following like none other. And after the release of his film Antim: The Final Truth in cinemas, the actor was forced to share videos on his social media, where his fans can be seen pouring milk onto his poster and lighting fire crackers inside cinema halls, to urge them to refrain from such practices.

Salman requested everyone to feed the needy instead of wasting milk. Taking to Instagram, he wrote, “Kayi logon ko paani naseeb nahin hota aur aap aise doodh waste karr rahe ho. Agar aapko doodh dena hi hai, toh aap gareeb bacchon ko pilayein jinhe doodh peene ko nahiin milta (Several can’t even afford water and you people are wasting milk like this. If you want to give milk, please give it to the poor children who can’t afford it).”

He also shared a video where fans could be seen bursting fire crackers inside a film theatre. The actor penned a note requesting everyone to refrain from bringing explosives to screenings.

“I request all my fans not to take fire crackers inside the auditorium,” he announced, sternly. “[Doing so] could prove to be hazardous, endangering your lives and others’. My request to theatre owners is to not allow [anyone] to take fire crackers inside the theatres. Security should stop them from doing so at entry points.”

The Tiger star assured everyone he had no issues with anyone enjoying his films or celebrating their release “but please avoid this, it is my request to all my fans. Thank you!” he concluded.

Antim is an adaptation of the Zee5 Marathi crime drama Mulshi Pattern. Presented by Salman Khan Films, it also stars Aayush Sharma and has received a positive response from critics, as well as fans. According to the Hindustan Times, Antim recorded a slight growth on Saturday with total collections reaching around INR100 million. The film released on Friday with an opening collection of over INR40 million.

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