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    Mr. Faisu Roped In For Altbalaji Action Thriller Web Series – Bang Baang

    Mr. Faisu has been roped for an action-thriller Altbalaji web series as the lead actor opposite actress Ruhi Singh. Bang Baang

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    Social media influencer Faisal Shaikh, popularly known as Mr. Faisu has been roped for an action-thriller Altbalaji web series as the lead actor opposite actor Ruhi Singh Bang Baang.

    Bang Baang: The Sound Of Crimes involves mystery, suspense, action, and loads of youth drama amid deep-lying secrets.

    Mr. Faisu and Ruhi Singh – Bang Baang

    The makers conducted virtual auditions across the country, to hunt for the lead actors.

    Sharing a teaser of the series AltBalaji web series Bang Baang on Instagram, Mr. Faisu wrote, “Punches and Punchlines fly! Lights… Camera… Action. Unveiling the fantastic cast of the biggest action-thriller of the year. Ab hoga @altbalaji & @zee5shows par #BangBaang.”

    Mr. Faisu starrer AltBalaji series Bang Baang is scheduled to go on floors in September in Udaipur. It will later stream on ALTBalaji and Zee5.

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    A few months back Mr. Faisu found himself in a controversy. Reportedly, lawyer Ali Kaashif Khan who sued him previously for braking lockdown rule had again filed a complaint against the social media influencer for spreading domestic violence and cruelty against women.

    Talking to a news portal, Ali said, “I came across two videos shot and posted by Faisal, which are offensive in nature. While in one video, he can be seen kicking a woman on her b***, in the other, he is forcibly grabbing a girl’s face and laughing about it. The videos spread domestic violence, cruelty, assault, and use of force against women.”

    Ali has also contacted the National Commission for Women (NCW) and Maharashtra State Commission for Women (SCW). Ali Kaashif Khan is the same lawyer who helped Faisal in obtaining bail when he was involved in a controversy for posting an objectionable video back in 2017.

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