The unparalleled Salman Khan, in a recent development, has received extension of the interim relief from the Bombay High Court by forbidding a leading private news channel from airing a programme on the 2002 hit and run case
Salman Khan is having a tough time as many witnesses identified him in the hit and run case. However, the 7th witness has stated that he was not drunk. Yesterday, at the trailer launch of the movie Unforgettable, Salman's brothers Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan were present. Media caught Arbaaz and asked him about Salman and the infamous case.
Salman Khan's 2002 Hit & Run Case had a dramatic twist as in an important testimony, a witness said in Mumbai on Tuesday that actor Salman Khan did not smell of alcohol on the night of the accident 12 years ago. The 63-year old Francis Fernandes is the 7th witness and he made many more statements which might prove that Salman Khan is not guilty.
A bar waiter on May 19 identified actor Salman Khan in a court. Watch the video to know a shocking revelation made by the 4th witness in Salman Khan's 2002 hit and run case. Salman Khan ran over his car over people sleeping on footpath in suburban Bandra, 12 years ago.
Salman Khan fan club will soon release a prayer song to show their support towards their idol for his infamous 2002 Hit - and - run case. Watch the video to know more on this.
The 3 witnesses of Salman Khan's 2002 hit and run case Manu Khan, Mohammed Kalim Iqbal Pathan and Muslim Shaikh have identified Salman Khan in a sessions court saying they had seen him getting down from the car. Salman Khan was accompanied by his sisters Arpita and Alvira Khan at the Sessions Court, C.S.T Mumbai.
A dramatic twist has taken a forefront in Salman Khan's highly publicized 2002 hit- and -run- case. Salman Khan was himself present at the hearing along with sisters Alvira Khan,Arpita and his bodyguard Shera.Both the sisters Arpita and Alvira were worried while Salman Khan was calm during the court room proceedings. Also present were the witnesses of the case Munnu Khan,Muslim Sheikh who identified Salman as one of the key accused in the case. Watch the courtroom drama in this video.
Salman Khan in trouble after witnesses identify him in hit-and-run case, tell court that drunk actor was behind the wheel. Salman Khan in trouble for his 2002 hit-and-run case.
Preity Zinta recently took on the role of real life good samaritan while en route to the airport. Apparently, Zinta spotted an ambulance that had knocked down a pedestrian and zoomed off. Giving pursuit to the errant driver, Zinta snapped the culprit's number plate.
The Mumbai Sessions court will today hear the case relating to the enhancement of charges against actor Salman Khan in the 2002 hit and run case. Video courtesy: NDTV
Salman Khan now faces the possibility of ten years in jail if convicted for 'culpable homicide', not amounting to murder. Video adapted from NDTV
The trial in the hit and-run case involving actor Salman Khan has been deferred to October 9 after the court was informed that his lawyer was unwell
The trial in the hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan was today deferred to October 9 after the court was informed that his lawyer was unwell
After repeated adjournments by the court over missing statements of witnesses, the trial in the hit-and-run case against actor Salman Khan is set to resume from September 24 following production of the documents before a sessions court
It seems that the Mumbai police swings into action only after receiving severe criticism
A team formed by DCP Satyanarayan Chaudhary comprising six police personnel traced the missing statements of two witnesses and case diary to an inspector's room
Police informs sessions court for the first time on Thursday that even the case diaries in the 2002 hit-and-run case are missing
Taking a serious note of the prosecution plea that original documents in the hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan were untraceable, a sessions court has directed the Bandra police to trace them by August 21
Two people were killed and four others injured on Wednesday when a 14-year-old boy allegedly ran over his car on them while they were sleeping on a footpath, police said
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