WATCH: Om Puri’s ghost haunts Mumbai house? Pakistani news channel’s claims spark fury

In a CCTV footage that dates back to January 14, a man wearing white clothes can be spotted walking down to Om Puri's house.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 21, 2017 3:11 am
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Comedy, drama or tragedy, Om Puri impressed movie buffs with his acting prowess for more than 40 years in the Indian film industry. The veteran actor passed away due to a fatal heart attack on January 6, and his sudden death came like a bolt from the blue. While many fans reminisced his best work and paid him tribute, a Pakistani news channel’s claims about his ghost haunting his Mumbai house has sent shock waves around the nation.

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Three months after his death, the channel started cooking conspiracy stories about his death. Aamir Liaquat, an anchor with Pakistan’s Bol News hinted that the actor’s ghost is seeking revenge and is haunting his Mumbai house. In a CCTV footage that dates back to January 14, a man wearing white clothes can be spotted walking down to his house. The three-month old video came back in the eyes of social media users when a news channel allegedly telecasted it in India.

Watch the video here.

 

After it came into the eyes of Twitter users, many went on to express their outrage. Read some tweets here.

The late actor, who played a pivotal role in many Punjabi, Malayalam, Kannada, Hollywood and British films too, will be last seen on the big screen in the forthcoming Salman Khan-starrer Tubelight.

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    Asif Ali
    Apr 21, 2017 at 7:17 pm
    Om Mohammad had found the true religion of Islam and had adopted stani iden y in his last days. Indians have no right to interfere in Islamic matters related to Om Muhammad.
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