Salman Khan blackbuck poaching case: A morose Bhai returns home


They later filed an FIR that has been hounding Bhai ever since. He had to pay a bail of Rs 50,000 after which he was allowed to leave for his home in Mumbai. As Salman Khan left jail, the actor, not surprisingly, looked morose as he sat shotgun and wore the same black tee and cap which he had worn when entering the jail. Salman Khan waves to his gathered fans. Salman allegedly shot down two blackbucks during the shooting of a family film called Hum Saath Saath Hain directed by Sooraj Barjatya. Salman Khan will next appear in Race 3, a multi-starrer action film and third iteration in the Race franchise. Salman Khan, known for his blockbuster films, saluting fans. Also Read | ‘Taimur’s reaction on Bhai’s bail’: Salman Khan gets bail, Twitter memes set sail
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Updated: April 7, 2018 10:24:17 pm

Salman Khan did not look too happy, perhaps thinking of the ordeal he has gone through. Upon reaching his Mumbai residence and seeing the crowd that had gathered, Salman’s mood seemed to lift a little. And it was their insistence which finally put Salman behind bars, if only for a couple of days. Also Read: Relief for Salman Khan as Jodhpur court grants bail in 1998 blackbuck poaching case
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Salman Khan is barred from leaving India without the court’s permission. Since he is not acquitted, Salman Khan will not entirely be relieved. It was the Bishnoi people (a Rajasthani tribe with hundreds of years history of eco-diversity preservation) who caught Salman Khan and his entourage in the act that day 20 years ago. Many Bollywood producers must have on Saturday heaved a sigh of relief to learn of this latest development. His lips curled into a smile and he gave a cheerful wave to his fans.