In the end, it was only a matter of time before the spectacle shifted from Mumbai's streets to the virtual world. Soon after justice Abhay Thipsay of the Mumbai high court suspended the five-year jail term awarded to actor Salman Khan in the 2002 hit-and-run case, his fans in the virtual world erupted with joy, sending congratulatory messages.
From branding it the 'Biggest Blockbuster of the year' to panning the celeb-culture in our country, Twitter had it all. Here is our pick of messages on the microblogging site:
Friday release is Salman khan himself... Biggest Blockbuster of his life!— ????? ??????? (@Marathi_Rash) May 8, 2015
Bad News : Salman Khan got bail. Worst News : Now he will again start working on his movies.— EngiNerd. (@mainbhiengineer) May 8, 2015
@IndianExpress Salman will never get jail.....itna confirm Ho Gaya ab....money matters— docter1512 (@doctersj) May 8, 2015
Arthur Road Jail prisoners are the most unhappy over Salman's Bail. Now they cudnt meet sallu bhai...#salmanjailorbail— Suresh Rishi (@Suribijarniya) May 8, 2015