Salman's production house warned on fake casting calls: Issued a statement and said – We have not hired any casting agent, legal action will be taken

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Salman Khan's production house has issued a statement regarding the fake casting call. The production company issued a statement in the name of Salman saying that they are not dependent on any third party for the casting of films. The company has also threatened to take legal action against the fraudsters.

We didn't hire a casting agent.
Sharing a note on social media, the company said that it is not casting for any film at present. It is written in this note, 'We want to make it clear that neither Salman Khan nor Salman Khan Films is casting for any film. We have not hired any kind of casting agent for any of our future projects. If you receive any email or message related to this, please do not trust it. If anyone is found misusing the name of Mr. Khan and SKF, we will take legal action against him.

Statement was issued last year also
Salman's company had also issued a statement last year regarding fake casting. Salman started this company in 2011. His mother Salma Khan is also a part of this company. If reports are to be believed, the earnings from this film production are donated to the Being Human Organization.

'Chillar Party' was SKF's first film
The first film made under the banner of Salman Khan Production was 'Chillar Party' which was directed by Nitish Tiwari and Vikas Bahl. After this, SKF made many films including 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', 'Hero', 'Tubelight, 'Race-3', 'Dabangg-3' and 'Radhe'.

These days Salman is busy on 'The Bull'
On the work front, Salman is currently working on his next film 'The Bull'. Vishnuvardhan is directing it and Karan Johar is its producer. Through this, Salman Khan and Karan Johar are going to work together after 25 years. Both of them last worked together in 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' released in 1998.

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