Saif Ali Khan evicted forcibly from the VIP Lounge at Lucknow Airport

Saif Ali Khan had a spat with security personnel at the Lucknow Airport when he was not willing to leave the VIP lounge where he was not authorized to enter. He had visited the city to promote his upcoming movie ‘Bullet Raja’. Ultimately,he had to leave the lounge and join the commoners’ zone after the senior officials intervened and asked him to be evicted out.

Well, is he yet not a VIP ? Bollywood actors of his status are generally given VIP treatment throughout the nation. Aren’t they ? Moreover he is the son of  a Nawab-Nawab Pataudi and now a  Nawab himself by default!  😉 . And to add on it happened at Lucknow Airport, of all ? It is a city of Nawabs and Kebabs !! 😀 Is that how they treat a Nawab ? 🙂

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Saif forcefully evicted out of VIP lounge at Lucknow Airport

 

After ‘Agent Vinod’.’Ek Tha Tiger’ banned by Pakistan Censor Board.

Claiming that like Agent Vinod ,  Ek Tha Tiger  is also depicting Pakistani intelligence Operatives,Pakistan’s Censor Board has banned the movie’s released scheduled on Id.

While promoting ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ ,Actor Salman Khan was noticed wearing a T-Shirt that read- Being Tiger(Salman owns and wears T-Shirt of  Being Human).Now that the movies the banned in Pakistan , will he be changing the slogan on his T-Shirt ? 😉

Saif hits South African businessman and fractures his nose!

Feb22nd 2012- This time it is Saif Ali Khan who got in a tussle with S.Iqbal , a South African businessman of Indian origin at the Wasabi restaurant in Taj hotel,Colaba. At around 12:30 am the incident took place when Mr Iqbal asked Saif sitting with Kareena on the other table, to speak softly. On this Saif responded by asking him to look for library instead of asking him to speak slow. Soon the argument turned physical and the businessman ended up getting his nose broken by Saif’s punch, as accused by the victim. He got treated and lodged a complaint against Saif. Cops are yet to trace the actor to take him in remand after questioning, under IPC 325.Of course this is a bailable offence.

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