Shaktimaan actor Mukesh Khanna dismisses rumours about his death, hits out at those spreading fake news

Mukesh Khanna hit out at those who were spreading fake news and said they should be “caught and beaten up”

author_img P Parthiban Published :  12th May 2021 04:37 PM   |   Published :   |  12th May 2021 04:37 PM
Shaktimaan actor Mukesh Khanna refutes rumours about his death

Shaktimaan actor Mukesh Khanna refutes rumours about his death

Actor Mukesh Khanna, who rose to fame with the popular children’s series Shaktimaan and the television show Mahabharat, took to Instagram on Wednesday to refute rumours about his death and condemned those who were spreading fake news.

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Mukesh Khanna put out a video on Instagram where he said, “I am here to inform you all that I am perfectly alright. I am very well. I am here to refute the rumours, I have been asked to refute them and that is what I want to do. I also wish to condemn those who spread such rumours. This is a problem with social media.”

Watch the video here:

Mukesh Khanna dismisses rumours about his death

“So I must tell you all that I am completely fine and perfectly alright. I have your wishes, and when someone has wishes from you all, how can anything happen to that person? Thank you very much for the concern, because mujhe bahut sare calls aa rahe hain. Mujhe laga mujhe apne darshakon ko bata dena chahiye ki mai perfectly alright hoon (I have been getting a lot of calls. I thought I must inform my viewers that I am perfectly alright). Thank you very much,” Mukesh concluded.

Mukesh Khanna also hit out at those who were resorting to spreading fake news and said they should be “caught and beaten up.” He wrote in the caption, “I am perfectly alright. These people who spread rumours are agents of the darkness. They should be caught and beaten up. I am healthy, by God’s grace and your prayers and wishes. Take care. (sic)”

Muesh Khanna further told media sources that he was “fed up with rumour-mongers”, and that he had received multiple calls from anxious friends and relatives. He was quoted as saying, “I am fed up, literally fed up. I don’t know what to say or do to rumour-mongers who are out on such futile exercises which cause only fear, chaos and anxiety. Almost all my friends and relatives have called by now and one fan said he was relieved as he just had a terrible thing in his life when his mother passed away 20 days ago. I feel WhatsApp will close down if such news does not emanate from it.”

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