Actor Salman Khan has filed a caveat in Supreme Court, asking that his version of events in the hit-and-run case be heard ahead of the Maharashtra government's challenge of his acquittal. Last week, the state challenged the actor's acquittal in the 2002 case in the top court
"I will request the Mumbai police and the Maharashtra government to provide protection to Ghulam Ali saab during his stay in Mumbai. There is a threat to Ali saab by Shiv Sena. They did not allow him to perform in India last year," said the director of Ghar Wapsi, which marks Ghulam Ali's acting debut
Sanjay Dutt, convicted in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, will walk out of jail on February 27 after the Maharashtra government cleared a proposal for remission of his sentence. Sanjay Gupta said, "It's fantastic that he will be a free man again and finally be home with his family. His long and painful ordeal will end and he can start life afresh"
"As I could not withstand the insult to Maratha history, Maratha ethos and Indian culture, I am making this appeal to you that the Maharashtra government pay attention, review the entire film, and with proper inquiry arrive at an appropriate decision," Prasadrao Peshwa said in a letter to Devendra Fadnavis