The alleged defamation incident involving Salman Khan and stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra It turned out to be a case of misinformation. Media platforms were thrown into chaos following a rumor on social media suggesting that Salman was planning to sue Kunal Kamra for defamation over comments made by the comedian on Salman's personal matters.
A person close to Salman Khan informed Zoom that if Salman sued everyone who abused him, he would just be in and out of court. Over the years, the actor has come to terms with his controversial, attackable image. He knows that mentioning his name, especially in a derogatory context, attracts attention. So no, he is not suing Kunal Kamra.
A few months ago, Salman Khan found himself embroiled in legal battles with a self-proclaimed film critic famous for his criticism. However, according to a close source, Salman's efforts proved futile in the end. Khan's father Salim Khan advised him to ignore such insults, explaining that they are just tactics to get attention.
On the work front, Salman Khan was last seen in the film 'Tiger 3' alongside Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi. Currently, the actor is collaborating with Karan Johar for 'The Bull', directed by Vishnuvardhan, known for directing 'Shershaah'. It is expected to be released in Christmas 2024, 'The Bull' is highly anticipated among fans.