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Hum Saath Saath Hain star cast demand more money from director Sooraj Barjatya for keeping film alive even in 2017

28, Jan 2017 By ajay rana

In a leaked report of which Faking News has the documentary proof, it has been confirmed that the star casts of ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’ has threatened its director Sooraj Barjatya to pay them more money for keeping this movie alive even in 2017.

Salman Khan and some other prominent star casts of the movie, Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Neelam appeared in a Jodhpur court on 27th January to get their statements recorded regarding the 18-year-old blackbuck-poaching case. The incident had taken place in 1998, during the shooting of the movie.

Salman expressing his gratitude
Salman expressing his gratitude

Every time ‘Dabang’ Khan along with other co-actors appears before the court regarding this case, the movie gets highlighted. Moreover it inspires Salman’s fans to watch this movie again to show their solidarity towards their superstar.

A close aid of Salman Khan, on the condition of anonymity, has said this to FN, “Bhai strongly believes that because of the case many youths have watched this movie in the recent times which has further increased the gross earning of the film. Keeping this in mind all the star casts of the movie linked to the case has threatened the director to pay more money.”

Faking News photo journalist Chhupa Rustam has captured some sobbing faces of all the leading ladies linked to the case and who were present in the Jodhpur court. A close source of these actresses has disclosed that they get emotional whenever they leave Mumbai to appear in the case. The source has said that these heroines are never reported anywhere in media these days and to find their names in newspaper and TV headlines they can’t hide their tears.

Meanwhile Prabhu Deva and Rohit Shetty have accused media of disgracing the actors and actresses by capturing and showing them in shaky footages. So being a die-hard Salman Khan’s acting fan both the directors have voluntarily offered to shoot the appearance-in-court scene of these actors with multi-cameras and hand-it-over these footages to media houses so that the star’s glamorous and macho look is never compromised.