Salman Khan accident case News
What will happen to Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo now?
The verdict on the actor’s hit and run case has put two release this year in the spot…
It has been established that nearly 200 crore is riding on Salman Khan in terms of his movies. But the biggest hit now will be his two upcoming releases this year, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. While the first is helmed by Kabir Khan and was supposed to release in July, the second one is directed by Sooraj Barjatya. These films are very crucial not only for Salman but for the industry as well since the investments on them are huge. Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Court permits statements of dead bodyguard, medico
A Mumbai sessions court on Saturday permitted the prosecution in the Salman Khan hit-and-run case to rely on the statements of his deceased bodyguard Ravindra Patil, who was a witness to the 2002 accident, and a medico who performed the autopsy on the accident victim
Patil, a police bodyguard, died in October 2007 due to natural causes when the trial was underway before the magistrate court, while Sanap, the doctor who performed the autopsy, lives in the US. Click here to read more
Missing witness statements delay Salman Khan’s case hearing
The actor is now facing an additional charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder
A day after a witness turned hostile in the Salman Khan accident case retrial, police statements of two witnesses were Wednesday reported to be untraceable which led to the case being adjourned for a month to July 25. Click here to read more
Salman Khan accident case: Witness changes his previous police statement
There is a new twist in the Salman Khan accident case
In a twist in the Salman Khan accident case, a witness in the Sessions Court here Tuesday reneged on his earlier statement made before the police.
Sachin Kadam, a security guard with Hotel Neelsagar restaurant, informed Sessions Judge D.W. Deshpande that his earlier statement recorded by the police was wrong. Click here to read more