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CISF clarifies the officer who stopped Salman Khan at the airport was not penalised but ‘rewarded for exemplary professionalism’ – Eagles Vine ►

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) recently clarified that contrary to the reports doing the rounds, the officer who stopped Salman Khan at the airport was not actually penalized but rewarded for his exemplary professionalism.

Taking to their official Twitter handle, CISF wrote, ‘The contents of this tweet are incorrect & without factual basis. In fact, the officer concerned has been suitably rewarded for exemplary professionalism in the discharge of his duty.’

Check out the tweet here:

On August 20, Salman arrived at the airport to jet off to Russia for the shooting of ‘Tiger 3’. A video doing the rounds on the internet saw the ‘Dabangg’ star walking towards the airport terminal when the CISF officer in question stood in front of him and gestured for him to first get clearance from the security checkpoint.

While his actions were lauded by fans in the comments section and on social media, a recent report quoting another CISF officer suggested that the officer’s phone had been confiscated to prevent him from talking to the media.

Meanwhile, several pictures of Salman shooting in Russia with Katrina Kaif have gone viral on the internet. Salman’s nephew Nirvaan Khan is also said to be working with the superstar in some capacity.

‘Tiger 3’ will also star Emraan Hashmi in the lead role. This is the first time that Emraan and Salman will be seen sharing the screen space in a movie. Apart from this, Salman also has ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’ with Pooja Hegde and ‘Kick 2’ with Jacqueline Fernandez in his pipeline.

Salman will also be seen making a special appearance in Siddharth Anand’s ‘Pathan’ starring Shah Rukh Khan in the lead role. The movie also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in lead roles.


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