While most were irked by the celeb's connection and asked if he too would be "left" outside the law like his brother Salman Khan, others made a decision to troll the Dabaang star.
Arbaaz Khan, the brother of Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan, was summoned for investigations into the ongoing probe in the Indian Premier League matches (IPL) betting case, that was busted recently. His name came up during the interrogation of notorious bookie Sonu Jalan, aka Sonu Malad, who was arrested on May 29 by the anti-extortion cell of the Thane crime branch.
According to reports, Arbaaz placed his bets with the help of top bookies.
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India Today reported that Jalan is associated with many Bollywood celebrities and his interogation may unearth some big names related to cricket betting. Several reports reveal that Jalan was in contact with Arbaaz.
As soon as the news of Arbaaz Khan's link was known to netizens, they were quick to comment on the issue.
The police will try to find out that which IPL match was fixed and who was involved in the betting.
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Arbaaz, brother of superstar Salman Khan, has been asked to appear before the Thane Anti Extortion Cell on Saturday, said Police Inspector Rajkumar Kothmire.
Jalan is also believed to have a connection with the underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. The police said Jalan travelled to Sri Lanka during an worldwide tournament in 2016 and a probe is on to find out if there was any betting-linked match-fixing at the time.
Sonu Jalan allegedly had a diary with details of clients and bookies. The software called "Bet and Take" is famous among bookies, said the police. He was arrested from Kalyan court in Mumbai.
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