MUMBAI: A Mumbai court discovered Bollywood expert Salman Khan blameworthy of an attempt at manslaughter case in 2002 in which a man was smashed to death under the wheels of his auto and another was harmed, ARY News provided details regarding Wednesday.
In this file photograph taken on May 6, 2014, Indian Bollywood film actor Salman Khan leaves in a car after appearing at the sessions court in Mumbai. Bollywood star Salman Khan, known for his bulging biceps and off-camera temper tantrums, faces jail this week if convicted of drunkenly driving over sleeping homeless men 12 years ago, killing one of them.
Salman Khan has been sentenced to 5 years in prison by the Mumbai Sessions court for he was demonstrated blameworthy of guilty manslaughter and different charges in the 2002 attempt at manslaughter case.
The performer will be sent to the Arthur Road correctional facility for his 5 year sentence. Mumbai Sessions court has requested the police to take the Bajrangi Bhaijaan performing artist in guardianship today itself and send him to the Arthur Road penitentiary for his 5 year sentence.
The court likewise expresses that if Salman Khan needs to refute the Sessions Court’s judgment he will need to move to the High Court and look for safeguard. The performer’s attorney had asked for the court to show benevolence as the on-screen character experiences a heart illness. Be that as it may, the court has denied considering Salman’s heart condition and he is presently to be imprisoned for a long time at the Arthur Road imprison in Mumba.