Salman Khan reacts to followers burning firecrackers inside theatres screening Tiger 3.
Salman Khan’s much-awaited spy thriller Tiger 3 hit the theatres on Diwali, on November 12. The movie opened to a thunderous response with followers celebrating the movie’s launch by dancing in theatres. Nevertheless, a number of the followers have been additionally recorded burning firecrackers contained in the theatres. Reacting to the identical, Salman Khan has penned a message for his followers.
On Monday, Salman Khan took to his Instagram and penned a message reacting to the followers bursting firecrackers within the theatres screening Tiger 3 to rejoice the movie’s launch. The actor’s observe learn, “I am listening to about fireworks inside theaters throughout Tiger3. That is harmful. Let’s benefit from the movie with out placing ourselves and others in danger. Keep secure.”
In Malegaon, Salman Khan’s followers set off rockets and burst firecrackers within the theatres screening Tiger 3 on his entry within the film. The fireworks went on for a minute and the viewers sitting within the theatre was seen working right here and there, to discover a secure place to flee any damage.
After the video went viral on social media, the police began an investigation and two folks have been taken beneath custody. A case has additionally been registered towards Mohan Theater beneath Part 112 in Chavani police station.
In the meantime, speaking about Tiger 3, helmed by Maneesh Sharma and produced by Yash Raj Movies, the film additionally stars Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi and is the third movie within the Tiger sequence and the fifth within the bigger YRF Spy Universe. The movie additionally has action-packed cameos of Shah Rukh Khan as Pathaan and Hrithik Roshan as Kabir which is being beloved by the viewers.
The movie opened to a fantastic response from the viewers and noticed Salman Khan’s career-best opening. The movie collected Rs 44 crore on the field workplace and the performances of the actors are being well-appreciated by the viewers.
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