The legal trouble for the Kick actor- Salman Khan doesn’t seem to end. Yesterday, the Rajasthan High Court cited out the conviction of travelling to England to shoot his movie Kick. Khan was sentenced for five years behind the bar for the offense of black bucks killing in the year 1998 while shooting for his movie Ham Saath Saath Hain. However, the B Town actor got the stay on this decision claiming that his visa for UK was cancelled on the grounds of this conviction. The November 2013 HC order, however, helped him travel outside to shoot despite being convicted on the above said case.
The Rajasthan HC simply criticised this HC order wherein it said such special concessions are given on exceptional conditions and that such incidences would set a bad precedent. This remark has embarked in the pretext of the argument by Salman’s defence lawyer K V Vishwanathan wherein he said that the HC order was right and should be considered in the case of Khan unlike the way it has been counted in the case of Cricketer turned politician Navjot Singh Sidhu. On the other end, the Rajasthan bench has alleged the High Court stating that since the accused happens to be a celebrity, hence the HC has been influenced by him giving away such privileges. Unless the legal tide settles down, the trouble seems to deepen up for Salman Khan.