Did Salman Khan unzipp his pants and pee before a female journalist? Read this throwback
Did an angry Salman Khan allegedly unzip his pants to pee in front of a female journalist to take revenge? Read what the journalist had said
Salman Khan is known for his big heart and charity works, but the actor had a long list of controversies. During the release of his sports drama Sultan, Salman Khan grabbed the limelight due to his arrogance and anger.
From locking horns with singer Arijit Singh to his ‘raped woman remark’ comment in an interview, Salman was in the news that year. In an interview with Spotboye.com, Saman has reportedly compared his exhaustion from the film Sultan's physically demanding shooting sequence to the exhaustion of a “raped woman”. He had said, "When I used to walk out of that ring, it used to be actually like a raped woman walking out."
In the same year, something shocking happened when Salman reportedly unzipped his pants to take revenge on a female journalist. Read the tweets.
Sachin Kalbag, the resident editor of The Hindu, reported the whole incident. Although the editor has not mentioned any name, it is evident that the actor in question is none other than Salman after reading his tweets.
Sachin Kalbag wrote: “More than a decade ago, an independent, national award-winning film critic had gone to interview a famous actor now in the news. The film critic had panned a few films in which the said actor had a lead role or was one of the male leads. He held a grudge. But since a new movie was releasing, he had to give interviews. Unfortunately, it was with this critic. He had to avenge, though."
He added, “So first he made her wait for several hours in the hot sun and then asked her to sit on a set prop (a ‘khatiya’). She sat. Waited. Finally, he emerged. He told her, “Wait, I have to pee.” He then went to a tree 5 ft away, unzipped his and peed in front of her. That was the actor’s “revenge” on a female film critic and reporter who had the “audacity” not to like his movies.”
According to reports, the female film reporter and critic walked off, and her editor supported her decision.