Akshay Kumar Files 500 Cr. Defamation Suit Against YouTuber Who Alleged Akki Managed Rhea Chakraborty’s Escape To Canada
Akshay Kumar has filed a 500 Crore defamation suit against a YouTuber from Bihar. According to a report published in Mid-Day, the YouTuber Rashid Siddiqui earned Rs.15 lakh in just four months by spreading fake news on his YouTube channel.
Siddiqui Earned Massive Amount By Spreading Fake News Related to SSR Case
The report says that Rashid Siddique spread fake news related to the Sushant Singh Rajput case and earned a huge amount. Investigations have revealed that Rashid ran malicious campaigns related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and used the sensational content to increase his followers.
Rashid Siddiqui is a civil engineer and owns the FF News channel on YouTube. In one of his news sections, he had alleged that Akshay Kumar helped Rhea Chakraborty escape from India to Canada. He also said that Khiladi Kumar was upset with SSR after the latter bagged the role of Dhoni in the legendary cricketer’s biopic.
He even said that Akshay Kumar held secret meetings with Aaditya Thackeray so that Rhea Chakraborty could escape. Shiv Sena’s legal cell led by advocate Dharmendra Mishra has already filed a case against Rashid Siddiqui. Police have also filed a case against Vibhor Anand, a Delhi-based advocate for sharing SSR-related videos and abusing the Maharashtra CM and his son.
The police have already registered a case against the YouTuber on charges of public mischief, intentional insult, and defamation. He has been given anticipatory bail and has been asked to cooperate with the Bandra police during the probe.
Lakhs of People Viewed Siddiqui’s Post On Akshay Kumar
According to reports, lakhs of people viewed the post of Siddiqui on Akshay and Aaditya Thackeray. Already netizens are against Akki because he did not support Sushant Singh Rajput’s death campaign against Rhea.
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— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) November 9, 2020
They not only slammed his Laxmii movie after its release but also forced the makers to change its name from Laxmmi Bomb to Laxmii. Naturally, the popularity of Akshay and other celebrities is taking a nosedive due to such fake news. Apart from Akshay, big stars like Salman Khan, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone were also trolled and abused on social media after SSR’s death.