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Sialkoti 'Salman Khan' also wants to go to jail

This Pakistani look-alike of Bollywood superstar, Salman Khan, is so heartbroken after Mr 'Dabang' was sentenced for five years in prison that he dashed to a police station to surrender… showing solidarity with his idol….Hilarious…Watch this Sialkoti Salman Khan going filmy… Backstory… A court sentenced Khan on Wednesday to five years in prison for killing a man...

SAMAA | - Posted: May 6, 2015 | Last Updated: 6 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: May 6, 2015 | Last Updated: 6 years ago

This Pakistani look-alike of Bollywood superstar, Salman Khan, is so heartbroken after Mr 'Dabang' was sentenced for five years in prison that he dashed to a police station to surrender… showing solidarity with his idol….Hilarious…Watch this Sialkoti Salman Khan going filmy…

Backstory…

A court sentenced Khan on Wednesday to five years in prison for killing a man in a hit-and-run accident, the latest twist in the tumultuous career of one of the country's biggest box-office draws.

The district criminal court's order drove down shares of firms connected to the actor and, if upheld, will derail major projects in the pipeline of what is the world's most prolific movie industry.

Khan later secured two days of interim bail from Mumbai's high court and will return to court on Friday for a hearing on having the bail extended.

The criminal court convicted Khan, 49, of culpable homicide on charges that he lost control of his white Toyota Landcruiser when driving under the influence of alcohol in 2002, and rammed into a group of people sleeping on a pavement.

Khan, instantly recognisable by his muscular build, denied being behind the wheel, contradicting the testimony of several witnesses. In March, the actor's driver said he had driven, while Khan rode in the passenger seat.

In his verdict, Judge D.W. Deshpande said Khan had in fact been driving the car.

“Finally, justice has been done,” said senior lawyer Abha Singh, a petitioner in the case. “The law has been upheld.”

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