- A Chandigarh-based businessman has accused Salman Khan, his sister Alvira and officials of their foundation ‘Being Human’ of cheating.
- According to the businessman, he invested Rs 3 crore at the behest of Salman and opened a showroom and then stopped giving the goods.
- The businessman claims that Salman called him on the sets of Bigg Boss and asked him to open the show and promised to help.
The trader alleges that the company is not sending goods from Delhi by opening the showroom and the company’s website has also gone down. Now apart from Salman, Alvira, the police have summoned Being Human CEO Prasad Kapare and other officers Santosh Srivastava, Sandhya, Anoop, Sanjay Ranga, Manav, Alok.
In the complaint lodged with the police, businessman Arun Gupta told that on the behest of Salman, he had opened a showroom of ‘Being Human Jewelery’ in the NAC area of Manimajra at a cost of about Rs 3 crore. It also entered into an agreement with Style Quintet Jewelery Pvt Ltd to open a showroom. They all opened the showroom, but to no avail. Being Human’s jewelery shop, which they were asked to deliver, has closed. Because of this they are not getting the goods.
All have been asked to respond to the trader’s complaint within 10 days. According to Arun, Salman called him on the sets of Bigg Boss and assured all possible help in opening the company. Salman also talked about opening a show in Chandigarh. The victim has sent a video to the police. It is alleged that the superstar said that he would come for the inauguration of the showroom, but did not turn up after being busy.
How does ‘Being Human’ work?
Significantly, Salman runs a charity foundation named ‘Being Human’. Instead of collecting donations from people, the foundation raises money by selling Being Human clothes online and in stores. Sometimes Salman Khan is also seen in the same clothes as Being Human. Not only this, he also gives Being Human clothes as gifts to his friends and close ones.