IIFA 2022 : Bollywood actor Salman Khan is loved among his fans for his blockbuster films, acting and his Dabangg style, but with all this the actor is also known for his temper. Recently the actor got trolled for his ‘rude’ and ‘arrogant’ behavior towards the IIFA host Siddharth Kannan. Read the whole story-
From the IIFA award ceremony 2022, a video has been doing rounds over the internet in which the RJ Siddharth Kannan who was seen hosting the ceremony this year, approached the Dabangg actor and introduces him while the Salman surprisingly interrupts him saying, “Hello Namaste, Salam Alaikum, sat Sri Akal, kemcho, adab, assalamualaikum,…keep quiet. He’s bored us to death. How do you manage to do these things, So much, So, much…”. Later the rj tries to change the topic as the actor says “Ye IIFA wale bhi nahi mante, har eak IIFA mai issko leke aate hai, it is that, wo lul hai na before the storm that you guys are going to create tomorrow, that, ye lul period hai isska.”
The video didn’t go down well among the netizens, as many started trolling the actor on his behavior and attitude calling him rude and arrogant. Reacting to the video a user wrote, “Salman has too much attitude. Teasing the emcee, the guy running the show. Rude.” Another user wrote, “rude and arrogant” and more.
The actor was recently slammed for the same reason when netizens called him out on misbehaving with a fan at the airport as he left for Abu Dhabi. While netizens did not seem to have liked Salman Khan’s behavior with the fan as they started trolling him on social media. One even wrote that I used to like them in the past but not now. Another user wrote that why is it making mouth. Many started questioning Salman’s attitude itself.
On the work front, soon the actor will once again be seen in the film ‘Tiger 3’ with Katrina Kaif. The film will release by next year. Apart from this, the actor had recently shared his photo from the sets of ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’ and revealed his look in the film. Apart from this, she is very busy with ‘No Entry 2’ and ‘Kick 2’.