WATCH: CISF officer stops Salman Khan at Mumbai airport, Netizens hail ‘real hero’

Mumbai: Bollwood sueprstar Salman Khan, popularly called as ‘Bhai’, recently headed Russia for the shoot of his next movie Tiger 3 where the paparazzi spotted him at the Mumbai airport on Friday. A video of Salman is doing rounds on the internet where he was stopped by a CISF officer to complete the security check before entering the airport.

In the video Salman Khan is seen walking towards the entrance of the airport with the paparazzi screaming at him for pictures. At this time, a CISF officer is seen stopping Salman Khan from entering the airport, asking him to get in line and complete his security check.

While the CISF officer stopped Salman and asked him to complete his security check, he also asked the photographers to take a step back.

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The moment this video was shared on social media, netizens were highly impressed with the officer’s dedication to his duty and for enforcing all rules equally for citizens irrespective of their celebrity status.

“I am not a fan of Salman but mujhe sabse aacha tab laga jab CISF Sub Inspector ne roka Salman ko (applause emoji)… (I appreciate the CISF Sub Inspector stopping Salman) Salute him for doing his duty,” a fan said. “Salute CISF Officer…” another fan followed. “Love the way out CISF personal stopped this bulla to get inside without verification.. love our jawans..” a comment read.

Meanwhile many also commented on the CISF’s looks. “CISF inspector is damn good looking.. Equal to star,” one of the many comments read.

Salman was last seen in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. The film opened to negative reviews and was trolled left, right and centre on social media. As for Katrina, the actress will now star in Sooryavanshi alongside Akshay Kumar. She will also be a part of Farhan Akhtar’s Jee Le Zaraa.

According to the source, Salman and Katrina will land in Russia first and then head to multiple shooting destinations like Turkey and Austria.

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