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Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Was the actor’s court verdict hearing delayed?
The actor will now appeal to the Bombay High Court for bail
A while ago the final verdict in Salman Khan’s hit and run case was announced. The Sessions Court has convicted the actor and has been given five years of jail term. However, his lawyers are already approaching the Bombay High Court to apply for bail. Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Karan Singh Grover extends his support to the superstar
The hit-and-run case verdict has shocked everyone and the crème de la crème from the industry are supporting the star actor
Karan Singh Grover who made his debut in Bollywood early this year with his movie Alone opposite Bipasha Basu has been expressing his concern and support for Salman Khan who has been convicted for 5 years in the hit-and-run case of 2002. Click here to read more
Salman Khan 2002 hit-and-run case final verdict: Actor sentenced to five years in jail!
The final verdict of the 13-year old case is finally out
Salman Khan’s 2002 hit-and-run case verdict has been announced. After almost two hours, Judge DW Deshpande has announced the final verdict of the 13-year old hit and run case. Salman has been sentenced to serve five years in jail Click here to read more
Salman Khan 2002 hit-and-run case live updates: Actor sentenced to five years in jail!
The final verdict of the hit-and-run case will be out shortly
The day has finally come when the final verdict in 2002-hit-and-run case will be announced. On the night on September 28, 2002, after spending an evening with friends at Rain Bar and JW Marriott, Click here to read more
Shah Rukh Khan visits Salman Khan to meet him before the 2002 hit and run case verdict is announced! Watch video
Along with SRK, Salman Khan’s younger brother Sohail Khan also reached at his Galaxy Apartments residence to be with the actor for the judgement day…
Salman Khan’s 13 year long hit and run case will finally come to a close as the court will announce it’s judgement today. Click here to read more
2002 hit-and-run case final verdict: Salim Khan prays with family for Salman Khan’s well being
The final verdict of the 2002 hit-and-run case will be announced shortly
The day has finally come when the final verdict in 2002-hit-and-run case will be announced. Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan has always kept mum as far as the Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor’s court cases are concerned. Click here to read more
Salman Khan Arms Act case: Court gives another opportunity to the actor to present his side
The actor will present his side again in the next hearing on May 4
A court here trying Salman Khan in an Arms Act case related to shooting of black bucks in 1998 has given another opportunity to the actor to present his side after recording of statement, in which he pleaded innocence and alleged that he was framed by Forest officials. After recording the statement of the actor, Chief Judicial Magistrate Anupama Bijlani yesterday fixed May 4 as the next date of hearing and gave Khan another opportunity to present his side in the case. Click here to read more
Salman Khan impresses with his ‘Hindu and Muslim’ remark at the Jodhpur hearing!
The Kick actor earned a few extra fans with his recent statement at the court case hearing in Jodhpur
Salman Khan was at the Jodhpur court today for the arms act case hearing. The Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor was pretty confused when he was quizzed about his caste in the court. Click here to read more
Arms act violation case: Salman Khan asked to appear before court on April 29
Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Sessions Court to announce the date of verdict tomorrow
The court will tomorrow declare the date for the final decision
A Mumbai trial court on Monday said the date of pronouncement of the verdict in the 2002 hit-and-run-case of Bollywood actor Salman Khan will be announced on April 21. “Tomorrow court will declare Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit and run case: Salman’s car was not speeding, says defence lawyer!
Here’s the latest update on the case…
Actor Salman Khan’s defence advocate on Thursday, while advancing the final arguments in the case, claimed that circumstantial evidence clearly showed Khan’s vehicle was not speeding and the motor vehicle officer was not an expert to examine the vehicle. Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Prosecution says that driver Ashok Singh is a liar, stooge and a dummy witness!
Here’s the latest update on the Dabangg Khan’s 2002 court case…
The prosecution in the 2002 Salman Khan accident case Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit and run case: Written argument of prosecution to be submitted on April 13
Here’s the latest update on the case
The prosecution in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving Bollywood superstar Salman Khan would submit final written arguments on Monday as directed by the trial court. Special Public Prosecutor Pradeep Gharat concluded the prosecution case on April 9 after commencing oral arguments from April 1. Click here to read more
Shocking: No media coverage for Salman Khan’s hit and run court case anymore
Wanted to know about SK’s accident court case? You just might not get any more information about the same henceforth. Read on to find out what am talking about…
Salman Khan’s hit and run case has been in the news throughout this week. It was because Salman was to come to court to record his statement regarding the same. If we recall Salman’s lawyers had requested the court to ask media not to cover the event. We got a copy of that petition and here’s what it says.
“On behalf of Mr. Salman Khan, Click here to read more
Salman Khan black buck case: Witnesses to be re-examined, court to hear the matter on March 10
The Being Human star can heave a sigh of relief for time being as far as the verdict of black buck poaching case is concerned…
The final verdict in the illegal Arms Act case against Salman Khan was expected to be announced today. But as per the latest development in the case, a Jodhpur court has accepted prosecutions application demanding re-examination of four witnesses in the Arms Act case. Click here to read more