Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has reportedly reached a sessions court in Mumbai to record his statement on the 13-year-old hit-and-run case in which he allegedly ran his vehicle over pavement dwellers.
In the 2002 hit-and-run case, accused actor Salman Khan has said in the court that a false statement has been registered against him. He also said that Ashok (his driver) went to the police station and he was driving. Police did not register Ashok's statement.
In the controversial case of Salman Khan's 2002 hit-and-run case, the Mumbai court has rejected the defence lawyer's appeal to re-examine the first investigating officer, Rajendra Kadam, a leading daily reported.
Superstar Salman Khan's sheer presence on screen makes all the female fans drool over him. Now, imagine 'dabangg' Salman sweating it out on the field, playing football. Yes, if the current set of rumours is anything to go by, then soon you might see him enjoying his sport on screen.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan was on Tuesday asked by a sessions court to appear before it on March 27 for recording his statement on prosecution evidence in the 2002 hit-and-run case, in which he is charged with killing one and injuring four others by ramming his car into a shop.
Being the son of composer Daboo Malik and nephew of Anu Malik, one would think everything came easy for young singer Armaan Malik, who made his mark in Bollywood at just 16. However, the budding singer says he has strived hard to reach where he is today.
'Dabangg' Salman Khan, who is currently busy wrapping up Sooraj Barjatya's 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo' was away from the social media buzz for a short span of time. The 49-year-old super star has now decided to make up for his absence form the virtual world it seems.
Salman Khan doesn’t refrain from admiring people who are talented in their own sphere. The superstar, who has been instrumental in resurrecting careers of many film personalities, took to Twitter to heap praise on Ashmit Patel.
The sessions court here, which is conducting the trial in the hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan, on Tuesday took on record replies submitted by the Regional Transport Offices and the Excise Department stating that he did not possess a driving licence or a liquor permit at the time of the 2002 mishap.