Yes, after Shradda Kapoor media photographers have decided to boycott Salman Khan, following his recent controversy with the paparazzi.
The lensmen threatened to boycott Salman Khan till the release of Kick and demanded an apology from the star.
It is to be mentioned, the controversy relates to the recent incident when Salman Khan's bodyguards allegedly manhandled the photographers at a promotional event.
After that, Salman Khan's statement further irked the photographers when he said, "Those who want to cover the event are welcome to stay, the rest can leave if they wish."
Meanwhile, Salman seems to be totally unbothered about the supposed boycott as the star actually laughed and tweeted, "this is wat i call a stand, the photographers r gonna loose out on wrk, but hav still taken a decision not to take my pics, happy fr them (sic)".
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet blockquote" lang="en-gb"><p>Ha ha ha <a href="http://t.co/GoiL9bVcfP">pic.twitter.com/GoiL9bVcfP</a></p>— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) <a href="https://twitter.com/BeingSalmanKhan/statuses/488554247546359808">July 14, 2014</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
Salman's tweet further added, "I wld hv immense respect for them if they keep this stand (sic)."
The entire ruckus started when the photographers asked Salman Khan to pose but the star refused for some reasons. While, the paparazzi holds the stand that Salman should not have refused the request, people close to Salman and the film Kick stress that Salman would have posed for them if they would have wait a little.