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B-town pours it's heart out to Salman Khan: REACTS to his CONVICTION

Comments  Comments [ 0 ]    By Priyanka Chauhan | 06 April 2018 | 11:53am

Salman Khan's conviction in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case by a Jodhpur court on Thursday has saddened film fraternity members like Jaya Bachchan, Subhash Ghai and Alok Nath, who hope he will get justice in a higher court.

Actor-politician Jaya told the media: "I am feeling bad... The film industry has invested so much on him, they will suffer loss. After 20 years, they are finding him guilty. But law takes its course... What can one say?"

Asked if she sees him get justice in a higher court, Jaya said: "He should... He does a lot of humanitarian work through his organisation Being Human."

Subhash Ghai posted: "I am extremely shocked to hear @BeingSalmanKhan being convicted by session court but  also having full trust in indian judiciary which has many other doors to appeal for final justice whatsoever. Since He is most loved person by industry N people for his human reasons too."


Shilpa Shinde posted: "How many tigers have been poached and what's the status of Justice on that. How many jungles have been cut down in the name of development, isn't it leading to wildlife killing. Punishing a good human being is not acceptable."

In another tweet she says, "Punishing a good human being is not acceptable. Animal poaching is ever increasing, jungles are cut in the name of urban development, isn't it leading to wildlife killing, who will be punished for that?"



Arjun Rampal posted: "The law takes its course. Can't argue it. But at this point in time I just feel helpless and my heart goes out to @BeingSalmanKhan and his family. Reason, cause the last thing Salman Khan is, is a criminal.I feel this is too harsh. I do hope he gets the relief he deserves."


This morning Varun Dhawan too posted: "I know for a fact that Salman bhai and his family have the utmost respect and faith in our judiciary system. @BeingSalmanKhan is one of the strongest and most genuine people  I know and I'm sure he will come out of this stronger."


Alok Nath, who has worked closely with Salman in films like "Maine Pyar Kiya" and "Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!", told a TV channel that it's "tragic" that such a verdict has come after two decades.

The actor, who played Salman's father in "Hum Saath-Saath Hain" said the conviction is a "sad news" for the film industry.

"It took so long... for a person who has been on tenterhooks over this case for the last two decades, and suddenly there's this huge punishment. I don't know what to say," he said, hoping that Salman's "battery of lawyers" will appeal for justice in a higher court.

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Salman Khan Salman Khan

Shilpa Shinde Shilpa Shinde

Arjun Rampal Arjun Rampal

Varun Dhawan Varun Dhawan

Alok Nath Alok Nath

Subhash Ghai Subhash Ghai

Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!
Year : 1994

Maine Pyar KiyaMaine Pyar Kiya
Year : 1989

Hum Saath-Saath HainHum Saath-Saath Hain
Year : 1999