If the version of a journalist is to be believed then Salman Khan has misbehaved with him. Not just that he has also snatched his mobile phone and deleted some relevant data
New Delhi, June 26: Controversy and Salman Khan go hand in hand. While India's superstar 'Bharat' actor is basking in the glory of the stupendous success of his latest release Bharat, which has already crossed Rs 300 mark in worldwide business, there comes a spoke.
If the version of a journalist is to be believed then Salman Khan has misbehaved with him. Not just that he has also snatched his mobile phone and deleted some relevant data.
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The lawyer of this journalist Neeraj Gupta, while talking to media further elaborates, "My client who is a senior journalist was attacked by Salman on April 24, 2019. The actor snatched my client's cell phone and deleted the data in it. When my client tried defending himself, he was abused by Salman badly." Gupta further added, "My client tried to file a complaint but police officials did not pay any heed to the matter." The Metropolitan magistrate court has accepted the complaint and has given July 12 as the date for further arguments and order. The complaint has been filed under section 323 (causing hurt) 392 (robbery), 426 (Punishment for mischief), 506 (criminal intimidation) part 2 read with section 34 of IPC.
On several occasions, Salman Khan has had a close brush with the law. Many cases are still pending in the court of law. the famous cases against him are the hit-and-run case where the star allegedly mowed some sleeping pedestrian.
Then there is the famous Black Buuck case where he is alleged to have hunted down some black buck along with his friends Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Neelam and Sonali Bendre when the cast and crew were shooting for Sooraj Barjatya's movie Hum Saath Saath Hain. The black bucks are considered very sacred to the Bishnoi community.