Shakib Khan at DB office

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Entertainment Desk: On Saturday night, Shakib Khan went to Gulshan police station to file a case against Rahmat Ullah, the alleged co-producer of the movie ‘Operation Agneepath’. But the police did not take the case because the application was defective. The very next day Shakib Khan, the popular hero of Dhakai movies, went to the intelligence office to talk to the intelligence officers. The star went to the intelligence office after three o’clock on Sunday (March 19).

Dhaka Metropolitan Police-DMP Media Wing Deputy Police Commissioner Farooq Hossain confirmed this information.

He said, ‘Shakib Khan has come to the intelligence office to talk to the intelligence officers about some of his problems. He will talk to senior officials of the intelligence department. This police officer also said that it will be possible to give details about this later.

A producer named Rahmat Ullah has made serious allegations against Shakib Khan in the shooting of the movie ‘Operation Agneepath’ in Australia like cheating the schedule and raping a co-producer. The producer went to Gulshan police station last night to file a defamation case, but the police did not take the case. The police advised Shakib to take the case to court.

Yesterday, Shakib Khan said that if there is any crime with us, we go to the police station first. So I’m coming here. I took advice. They advised to file a case in court. I will do that. I will talk to the legal advisor and file a case in court.

Shakib Khan said, ‘Rehmat Ullah, who claims to be the producer of Operation Agneepath, is actually not the real producer of this film. The original producer of the movie is Jane Alam of Vertex Media. Which is also written in the contract. He has fabricated lies. Many people are involved in it.’
Source: Samakal

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