Whistleblower Neil Terrance Haslam, who works on financial intelligence and forensic investigation, has brought forth the China connection of Bollywood. Earlier, he had helped Sirf News procure documents that showed a money-laundering racket based in Dubai, which Sushant Singh Rajput had run into, which had, in turn, imperilled him.
According to Haslam, the Dubai mafia that controls Bollywood benefits from China, the communist party-run government of which issues false statements of commercial success of members of the mafia that creates a positive impression about the films these operatives are associated with. According to the investigative journalist, actor Aamir Khan is a member of this unholy caucus.
The presenter of this video uses findings of NT Haslam to show how the government of China inflated the figures of earnings of 3 Idiots and Dangal, both films of Aamir Khan, in that country. They exaggerated the ‘success’ of his production Secret Superstar too, the journalist has found out.
It is strange that an actor would sign a film for Rs 20. While it is known in different fields of work that one extends such help to friends for a token amount of Re 1, why Sushant would agree to act in PK, another film Aamir Khan is associated with, for Rs 20 beats reason, says the presenter.
In the course of this presentation, the video exposes Aamir’s Islamist leanings where it explains how the actor-producer became a part of a photo opportunity with Emine Erdogan, the wife of Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Aamir had avoided a similar public appearance with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the video points out. Thus, Haslam infers, China helps establish the Islamist narrative through the services of its beneficiaries in Bollywood.
Reports in China Daily, Maoyan[dot]com, Rediff, Forbes, The Tribune, etc say Aamir had introduced his films to the Chinese market in early 21st century. The government of China mouthpiece Global Times as well as Hollywood Reporter — it is now well-known in the US that China influences Hollywood too — tout Aamir as “a king of the Chinese box office”.
Further to the documents linking the money-laundering mafia with actor Salman Khan — several investors in the racket are his associates — it turns out that the official figures released by the government of China for this Muslim actor’s films make good optics too, albeit not as spectacularly as they do for Aamir’s productions. Bajrangi Bhaijaan, the third-highest overseas grosser among Indian films, collected over Rs 300 crore in China over a few weeks, said its government.
Whether Salman taking Aamir’s route to get caught in one frame with the Turkish president or some other Islamist head of state like Malaysia’s Mahathir bin Mohamad to get into the good books of the Communist Party of China is anybody’s guess.
Salman was not particularly fond of Sushant due to the Bihari actor’s tiff with his protégé Sooraj Pancholi who was accused of pushing budding actress Jiah Khan to death.