Trolled, Salman Khan Deletes Laapataa Ladies Post After Oopsie And Shares New One


After being trolled, Salman Khan removed 'missing' ladies post and shared a new post.

Salman Khan in old picture

New Delhi:

Salman Khan has been trolled a lot regarding this call missing ladies Kiran Rao's debut on X, shared a new post without any errors. He deleted the old post he mentioned missing ladies As Kiran Rao's first film. Salman watched the film last night and wrote on Instagram, “Just watched Kiran Rao's 'Laapta Ladies'. Wow wow Kiran. I really enjoyed it and so did my father. Great job. When will you work with me.” ” Take a look at the post here:

For context, Salman shared a post on X last night after watching the film. He wrote, “Just watched Kiran Rao's 'Missing Ladies'. Wow wow (wow) Kiran. I really enjoyed it and so did my father. Congratulations on your debut as a director, great job. When will you work?” Mere saath (when will you work with me) me).” The internet immediately corrected Salman Khan, with whom Kiran had entered the world of direction. Laundry bay a decade ago. missing ladies This is the second directorial film of Kiran Rao. Since morning, Salman Khan is being trolled on social media for this mistake. Finally, a few hours ago he deleted the old post and shared a new post.

Meanwhile, Salman Khan also attended the special screening of Missing Ladies. An inside video of the screening was shared by Spice's official Instagram handle. In the video we can see that Salman and Aamir are hugging each other. Salman Khan can be seen sitting with Aamir Khan, Kiran Rao, Missing Ladies actor Ravi Kishan, director Raj Kumar Santoshi and Ayan Mukherjee. Sharing the video, Spice's official handle wrote, “@BeingSalmanKhan graces the event of @AamirKhanProduction, Missing Ladies movie premiere with all smiles and warmth.” Aamir Khan and Salman Khan worked together in Andaz Apna Apna, in which he played the character named Amar. And love. Take a look:

missing ladies Based on an award-winning story by Biplab Goswami. The screenplay and dialogues are written by Sneha Desai, while Divyanidi Sharma has taken care of additional dialogues. missing ladies It was screened at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) last year. The film is receiving praise from critics and audiences alike.

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