Time to taste your own medicine: Muneeb Butt files complaint against Feroze Khan

Butt has called Khan’s latest move ‘self-destructive’ and stated that it will bite him back

Entertainment Desk January 19, 2023


Muneeb Butt isn’t staying quiet about Feroze Khan leaking his family’s personal details on social media. After his wife Aiman Khan and sister-in-law Minal Khan posted screenshots of the innumerable phone calls and messages they’ve been receiving since the leak, Muneeb took to Instagram to announce that he’ll make Feroze taste “his own medicine.”

On Wednesday night, Butt posted a picture of a verification report in the cybercrime cell of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) against Feroze. Unlike the Habs actor, Muneeb crossed Feroze’s personal details in the picture and wrote, “It would be easier to mention your and your family’s personal phone number and your residential details here but there’s a difference, FK! I still respect your family as mine, and will never do that to them.”


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The post also had a long note detailing the distress Feroze has caused him and his loved ones by leaking their private information. “Whoever is suggesting this to you has thrown you into deep trouble, my friend. I feel bad for you and now you will have to face the consequences,” read the note.  

Muneeb added that he thought Feroze was better than this and waited a day thinking it was all just an honest mistake but alas. “Initially, I thought it was a stupid mistake and I waited for 24 hours but no apology or excuse from you proved that it was a deliberate move. I thought you were better than this seriously.”

The actor further informed that the cybercrime unit has begun taking action and it’s only a matter of time before Feroze gets a taste of his own medicine. “The complaint registration and verification process have been completed. FIA’s cyber circle has initiated the inquiry. The process has started and you will have to taste your own medicine now. Wait for the call,” he concluded.

For the unversed, Feroze, on Tuesday, served defamation notices to several artists for [levelling] “false and baseless allegations” against him. Announcing the move, he shared photos of the notices, which mentioned the private details of the artists, on Twitter. Moments later, he deleted the photos to tweet again, but of course, they had already circulated on the internet by then.


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