A Delhi based youngster got killed when he was doing a performance for a TikTok video when a pistol that was with his friend opened fire and shot him dead and the pistol was also a part of the Tik Tok video. Salman, Sohail and Amir were friends who had been to the India Gate and they had planned to capture videos on the most popular TikTok app.
The three guys were inside a car and planned a shooting based video with the concept being Sohair faking to shoot salman and the stunt became real bad when Salman was shot in real on his cheek when Sohail opened fire accidentally, and as Salman was taken to hospital he was dead already.
Sohail and Amir escaped immediately and as Sohail tried to change blood soaked dress and Amir tried to hide the gun, cops arrested them.
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