Court allows Salman to shoot abroad
Local courts in Jodhpur allowed Salman Khan to go abroad for film shooting from November 3 to 15.india Updated: Nov 02, 2006 15:20 IST
The local courts in Jodhpur on Thursday allowed Bollywood actor Salman Khan to go abroad for film shooting from November 3 to 15.
Salman's counsel Hastimal Saraswat had applied before the District and Sessions Court judge Pankaj Bhandari and Judicial magistrate Dalpat Singh for allowing the filmstar to go to Dubai from November 3 to 15 for the shooting of the film God Tussi Mahaan Ho, being made by Saboo Arts company.
Both the courts admitted Salman's application and allowed him to travel abroad. Salman will leave for Dubai on Thursday evening.
Earlier, actors Salman, Satish Shah and eight other accused on Thursday appeared at the Rajasthan High Court and District and Sessions Court in Jodhpur.
The Chief Judicial Magistrate in Jodhpur had sentenced Salman to one year imprisonment and imposed Rs 5,000 as fine on Feb 17, 2006 for killing two black bucks on September 26-27, 1998 in Bhavad village under Mathania area. The court had acquitted other accused in the case. The state government had appealed in the High Court, holding the sentence to be too lenient. The court had summoned all accused including Salman on Thursday.
All accused appeared before the deputy registrar Yudhister Sharma in the High Court.
Salman also appeared before the District and Sessions court in connection with his appeal against five year imprisonment and Rs 50,000 fine sentence in the second Ghoda Farm poaching case.
Salman has been acused of killing a chinkara on September 28-29, 1998 in Ghoda farmhouse.