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Salman Khan meets Mumbai Police Commissioner: Actor arrives to apply for arms license

Salman Khan had recently reached Mumbai Police Commissioner Vivek Phansalkar’s office to meet him amidst death threats. The actor was spotted leaving the police station. Salman reached the police headquarters around 4 pm. It is being told that Salman has given an application to the Mumbai Police Commissioner for an arms license.

Salman had received death threats, however, an official says that it was a courtesy visit and it has nothing to do with any case. Salman has also met Vishwas Nangre Patil, Joint Commissioner of Police. Let us tell you, last month, Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan received a letter threatening to kill him from gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.

Salman’s increased security after the threat This letter was received by Salman’s guard at Bandstand Promenade in Bandra. The actor’s guards used to sit at the same place after walking every morning. It was written in the letter that his condition would also be like that of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala. After receiving the letter, Salman’s security was increased.

Wanted weapon license for security The actor wrote in the application that he wants a weapon license for his security. On meeting Salman’s commissioner, it is speculated that he may have reached the police headquarters to talk in this regard. However, till now no information related to this has come to the fore that what has been the conversation of Salman with the commissioner.

Salman is busy shooting for ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’ Talking about Salman’s work front, the actor is currently busy shooting for ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’. Apart from Salman in this film, Pooja Hegde, Shahnaz Gill, and Kriti Sanon are in the lead roles. Salman has also included South actor Jagapathi Babu in the film’s cast. Some time back there were also reports of changing the title of the film.

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