Ban on BB

Basking in the glory of his latest film Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Salman Khan seems to have lately seized all the limelight in the media to himself.

Creating a massive uproar in both India and Pakistan, BB is being claimed as Khan’s best movie till date and is being labeled as a friendly initiative to bridge gaps between the two nations.

But now, both the actor and his movie have terribly landed themselves in hot water by being caught in the clutches of yet another controversy.

Last night, Dabang Khan took to twitter to express his thoughts against the death penalty of Yakub Memon, the convict involved in the 1993 serial attacks in Mumbai.

According to Salman, the main culprit was Yakub’s brother, Tiger Memon.

What’s more, he addressed the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in one of his tweets.

Soon after his spree of tweets, a sudden movement on Twitter Pakistan has upsurge on the ban of the movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan, trending #BoycottSalmanKhanBanBB.

Pakistani Celebrities, Sanam Baloch and Hamza Ali Abassi too joined in to tweet in the support of Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s ban in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, irked Twitteratis in the nation did not fall short of reasons to ban BB in Pakistan and explicitly raised their voice against the showcase of Bollywood movies

According to Times of India, Salman Khan’s house is now being given strict security after his controversial Twitter tirade.

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