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Salman's wedding jibe at Priyanka sparks outrage on social media

ANI | May 28, 2019 12:19 AM
Salman Khan (File Photo)

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 28 (ANI): Netizens seemed divided on Salman Khan's jibe at Priyanka Chopra Jonas over the latter's exit from 'Bharat'.

While the comment didn't go down well with a section of netizens, fans of the Bollywood superstar extended support to him on social media.

Salman got embroiled into controversy recently after he took a dig at Priyanka for walking out of 'Bharat' to marry Nick Jonas. Salman said the makers of the film had offered her to delay the project to work around her schedule, but she still quit the film. He went on to add that actors would leave their husbands to be a part of a film like this.

His comments didn't go well with a few, including singer Sona Mohapatra.

"Cus Priyanka Chopra has better things to do in life, real men to hang out with and more importantly, girls to inspire with her journey," Sona tweeted.

"A showcase and poster child of toxic masculinity. Low brow dig at not only a woman who was not in the room but a disgusting disregard and contempt for the woman and colleague sitting next to him in the same room. Unless we call out such serial bad behaviour, nothing changes, #India," she added.

However, Salman's fans didn't like the criticism and backed the superstar using the hashtag "Paid Media Can't Harm SALMAN'.

"Media people in front of Salman Khan -> Huge fan of yours sir. Wow your stardom. Media people at Salman's back - Involved in negative paid articles. #PaidMediaCantHarmSALMAN," one fan wrote.

Another one added, "He pays 90 per cent of his income to the needy poor people of India, still some m****s hate him with no reason... Jeete hai shaan se Salman bhai k fan ke naam se."

One fan said that Salman is a "Public Made Star, Not A Media Made Star".

After Priyanka walked out of 'Bharat', Katrina Kaif was roped in to replace the 'Quantico' star.

Helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar, 'Bharat' is set to hit the big screens on June 5.

(ANI)

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