The media present at Salman’s birthday bash tested the performing artist about his thoughts on the decision of 2002 attempt at manslaughter case. The Maharashtra Government has been considering the case to record a crisp request and take the matters to the Supreme Court.
Salman gave a fearless answer to this truism that he is prepared to battle at the pinnacle court. He said, “Bahut khushi ki baat hai ki mata pita ke sir se ek strain hatt gaya. Jayenge Supreme court me jayenge, hak banta hai unka, wahan standard bhi battle karenge.” (It’s a tremendous weight off my guardians’ shoulders. It’s the administration’s entitlement to request in the Supreme Court. We too will battle it in the Supreme Court.)
He included, “Ek life ki venture hai, life ki venture ko har minute me leta hoon, kabhi khushi kabhi gham toh hote rahenge, lekin jitna kum ghum utni zyada khushi, toh wohi keep up karke humari family chalti hai.” (I appreciate each experience of my life, hardships and delights are an integral part of life. My family has confidence in keeping up a harmony in the middle of misery and bliss.)
Salman was as of late vindicated of all charges by the Bombay High Court in the scandalous mishap case. The seat expressed that there was no solid verification whether Salman was in fact driving the auto that smashed into a trail murdering one and harming others.