Verdict for Salman Khan’s case pushed to 3rd March

The bollywood actor Salman Khan who was involved in the case of possession and use of illegal arms to hunt and kill the endangered black buck can have some relief for the next few days. The judgement for Arms Act 1998 case has been deferred till March 3rd. The case is reported to have deferred because Salman Khan wasn’t present in the court.


On the midnight of 1st october 1998, Salman Khan and some other bollywod actors killed two blackbucks during the shoot of the movie “Hum Saath Saath Hai”. The animals were killed on the outskirts of kankani village near jodhpur.

the actor is currently working under many projects. His upcoming releases are Sooraj Barjatiya’s “Prem ratan dhan payo” opposite Sonam Kapoor and Kabir Khan’s “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”. He is currently in Gujarat for the shooting of “Prem ratan dhan payo”. He has also signed sequel movies- sequel of “No Entry”, sequel of “Kick” and he was also reported to be coming up with the sequel of dabangg. Let’s see what fate has in store for the famous actor.