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Arjun Kapoor Blasts Hindustan Times For Publishing A Fake News And Creating Panic In His Family

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3:04 pm 8 Dec, 2017

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Arjun Kapoor made his debut in the Indian film industry with Parineeti Chopra in the movie ‘Ishaqzaade’. The movie no doubt was a hit and helped both the actors to reach successful heights. The two will be seen again in their upcoming film ‘ Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar’. The film’s shooting has started and we get to see the glimpses of it on the actor’s social media portals.

 

Before starting with the film’s shooting, Arjun shared his look for the movie. He will be seen playing a character of a 30-year-old cop who wants promotion to play a vital role in law enforcement. He also needs to undergo a special training so that he could be assigned more serious cases.

Here’s what Arjun tweeted while sharing his look with his fans:

Film shootings have never been easy for filmmakers, actors, and even for the entire crew. Remember how Sanjay Leela Bhansali was attacked by Karni Sena goons and how they destroyed the set of his upcoming film ‘Padmavati’? This is just one example of the things that can happen while shooting a film. Things can go wrong on the sets anytime. But, the local police of the region always tries to keep the cast and crew safe.

Something similar happened on the set of ‘Sandeep And Pinky Faraar’. A news of Arjun being assaulted the film’s set went viral. Many leading newspapers including Hindustani Times published the news with spiced up headlines. This created a state of panic in Arjun’s family.


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However, when Arjun came across this news, he retweeted the same news piece and blasted Hindustan Times for publishing a fake news without researching about it at all. Clearing the rumors, the actor told that the force kept him safe and nothing like an “assault” has happened to him.

Take a look at Arjun’s tweet:

 

Newspapers and online media portals with such huge following should be a little more responsible when it comes to journalism. Spreading a fake news with spiced up titles may get them clicks but on a long run, it will decrease their goodwill amongst the audience.

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