Salman Khan house shooting case: Delhi Police confirms that shooter involved is wanted in Gurugram businessman murder case

Two individuals fired several shots outside Bandra’s Galaxy Apartments, where the actor lives, around 5 a.m. and escaped.

One of the two individuals shown in CCTV footage opening fire outside Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s Mumbai home is believed to be from Gurugram, Delhi Police sources revealed on Sunday.

Two individuals fired four shots outside Bandra’s Galaxy Apartments, where the actor lives, about 5 a.m. and escaped. According to a Bandra police official, a FIR has been filed against “unidentified persons” under IPC Section 307 (attempt to murder) and the Arms Act.’


According to an official with the Delhi Police, one of the two is suspected of being a criminal from Gurugram who has been engaged in many killings and robberies in Haryana and is wanted for the murder of Gurugram-based businessman Sachin Munjal in March.

In a supposed social media post, gangster Rohit Godara, who lives abroad, claimed responsibility for Munjal’s death. He is close to Lawrence Bishnoi, his brother Anmol, and Goldy Brar, all gangsters.

Hours after the shooting outside Salman Khan’s residence on Sunday, Anmol Bishnoi, according to police sources, acknowledged responsibility for the event and issued a warning to the Bollywood actor, calling it a ‘trailer’.

In March of last year, an e-mail threatening Khan was received at his office, prompting the Mumbai Police to file a FIR against Lawrence Bishnoi, Goldy Brar, and another person under IPC sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 506-II (criminal intimidation), and 34 (common intention).

The email indicated that Khan must have seen Lawrence Bishnoi’s interview with a news channel, and if not, he should. Addressing Gunjalkar, it stated that if Khan wants to resolve the situation, he should meet with “Goldy bhai” face-to-face, adding that “there is still time but agli bar, jhatka dekhne ko milega” (you’ll witness something surprising the next time), according to Mumbai police.

An anonymous person threatened Khan with a handwritten message in June 2022, according to reports.