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Salman Khan To Appear Before Court, Check Details

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Just when we see the case of Sushant Singh Raput getting bigger and worse, we see on the other side, the small screen industry also making its own buzz. As per the recent buzz, the channel – Colors is now gearing up for a new season of Bigg Boss 14 and Salman Khan is making news for it. He came with a couple of promos shot at his Panvel based farmhouse. While we also hear that the superstar has been asked to appear before the court in this very month for the same old case of Black Buck hunting done long back in the late nineties under the Arms Act case.

Salman Khan has been busy with his next show called Bigg Boss 14 and there are rumors that claimed that things are on for the show as the makers are all set to do things the best. He is going to put a plea on the other side to extend the date further. Salman Khan’s lawyer Mr. Mahesh Bora is again seen appealing to the court when it comes to explaining the busy schedule apart from hiring the threat that is given as per the issues to the social media against the B Town star by the group called SOPU.

This group is linked with a gangster called Lawrence Vishnoi who has been the reason for allowing Salman to appear before the court. The lawyers on the other side have been garnering pressure against the superstar to appear before the court. Talking about the case, it happened 22 years back in 1998 when Salman Khan was seen shooting for the film Hum Sath Sath Hai with Saif Ali Khan and Sonali Bendre. These two actors have been given clean chit in the case, however, Salman’s name is still struck there. Stay tuned to know more about it and others only with us.

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