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Saif fights News

  • | February 24th, 2012

    Saif Ali Khan brawl update: what happened that night

    Saif Ali Khan brawl update: what happened that night

    With one month left before his ambitious movie Agent Vinod releases, Saif finds himself embroiled in an unexpected controversy
    Saif Ali Khan probably had no idea when he got together with his friends for dinner on Tuesday night that it will end with him having to be bailed out from jail. But that’s what happened. Click here to read more

  • | February 23rd, 2012

    Saif Ali Khan brawl: publicity stunt for ‘Agent Vinod’?

    Saif Ali Khan brawl: publicity stunt for ‘Agent Vinod’?

    That’s what the alleged victim’s neighbour claims. Do you agree?
    While Mumbai cops are busy recording witness statements and making sense of what happened at the Taj on Tuesday night, we hear that the entire exercise might just be a waste of time. The latest buzz being spread by gossipmongers is that the brawl between Saif Ali Khan and South African businessman Iqbal Sharma was not a spur of the moment incident. It was a well-planned and neatly executed piece of live theatre just to generate publicity for Saif’s upcoming film, Agent Vinod. Click here to read more

  • | February 23rd, 2012

    Saif Ali Khan arrested in assault case

    Saif Ali Khan arrested in assault case

    Saif Ali Khan who was arrested for assaulting and hitting South African businessman, Iqbal Sharma and his father-in-law at a five-star restaurant has been granted bail. The Agent Vinod actor was arrested at Nariman Point and brought in at the Colaba police station.
    The Assistant Commissioner of Police, Iqbal Shaikh said that it was a bailable offense under section 325 of the IPC . He further added that the complainant, Mr Sharma who was nursing a bleeding and fractured nose reported the matter around 2:30am on Wednesday. Meanwhile, statements of eight individual witnesses are being recorded and the CCTV footage is being scanned to verify if Saif really assaulted the complainant.Click here to read more