As we all are aware, Salman Khan celebrated his 50th birthday on December 27 in the grandest of manners at his Panvel farmhouse with his dear ones. The party lasted till the wee hours of the morning.
But in the midst of Salman’s birthday euphoria, the Maharashtra Government has been studying the case to file a fresh appeal in the 2002 hit-and-run case. Once the government is done with studying, they would probably take the matter to the Supreme Court.
As expected, the media people present at Salman’s birthday bash asked the actor about his take on the issue and what would he do if the matter is taken to the Supreme Court.
Salman gave a brave reply to this saying that he is ready to fight at the apex court. He said, “It’s a huge burden off my parents’ shoulders. It’s the government’s right to appeal in the Supreme Court. We too will fight it in the Supreme Court.”
The ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ actor was recently acquitted of all charges by the Bombay High Court in the infamous accident case. The bench stated that there was no concrete proof whether Salman was indeed driving the car that rammed into a footpath killing one and injuring others.