Twinkle Khanna invoked two of Salman's big legal troubles - The Blackbuck Case and 2002 Hit-And-Run Case
Rajasthan High Court, which overturned previous verdicts that sentenced the 50-year-old star to jail, said: "There is no evidence that the protected animals found dead were killed by Mr Khan's licensed gun"
The case is an offshoot of the poaching cases against him - the actor had been accused of poaching three chinkaras and a black buck during his stay in Jodhpur, during the shooting of the film Hum Saath Saath Hain in 1998
Salman is involved in projects extending upto 2017
A sessions court judge who is expected to decide today if Bollywood superstar Salman Khan spends more time at Rajasthan's Jodhpur central jail or not over the blackbuck poaching case has been transferred in an annual shake-up. Jodhpur Sessions Judge Ravindra Kumar Joshi was among 87 sessions court judges who have been transferred. It is customary for judges to be given seven days for the transition so he is expected to hear the case today. Judge Joshi will then be replaced by Chandra Kumar Songara, district and sessions judge of Bhilwara.
Salman Khan, one of India's biggest stars, was sentenced to five years in jail on Thursday for killing two endangered blackbucks in Rajasthan 20 years ago. The 52-year-old actor was declared guilty by a judge for hunting the rare antelopes in forests near Jodhpur while filming "Hum Saath Saath Hain" in 1998. His bail request will be heard tomorrow. His co-stars in the movie, Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Neelam Kothari, were acquitted.
Bollywood celebs have been spotted coming in and out of Salman Khan's home all over the weekend