Friday, September 12, 2014

Salman Khan Again In Dock!

Bollywood heart throb Salman Khan, who is yet to come out from the trial in the infamous hit-and-run case has once again landed himself in an additional legal turmoil. According to reports Salman Khan has been booked by the Mumbai police for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments of a community.

Reports claim a Mumbai resident Mohammad Asim Mohammad Arif has lodged a complaint against Salman Khan’s NGO Being Human. Arif in his complaint alleges that in a fashion show organized by Salman Khan’s NGO Being Human, a model walked on the ramp wearing a T shirt containing a verse inscribed in Arabic which has sparked row among the Muslim community

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Mohammad Asim Mohammad Arif briefing the media said, “It is really embarrassing and disgusting to have Arabic verse inscribed on the t-Shirt and that too by a lady model displaying her curves. It has truly hurt the religious sentiment of the community and Salman Khan ought to apology for the disgraceful act.”

Dilip Chavan, Investigating Officer, investing the case confirmed the report. He said, “It is true that Salman Khan has been booked under IPC Section 295A (deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs) on the basis of a complaint lodged by one Mohammad Asim Mohammad Arif.” He added, “We are investigating the case. The complainant has also provided a video clipping of the fashion show to establish his claim.”

Meanwhile the trial in the hit-and-run case against actor Salman Khan is set to resume from September 24, 2014. It may be noted the trial in the case had an obstacle in July this year, when the court was informed that the original statements of the witnesses had disappeared. But now the 63 original statements of witnesses and case diaries that had gone missing from the custody of police have been found and placed before judge D W Deshpande thus initiating the trial again.

It’s really an irony that on one hand Salman Khan is rocking as a superstar holding the record of being the first Bollywood actor to have seven Rs. 100 crore movies to his credit: EK THA TIGER, DABANGG 2, BODYGUARD, DABANGG, READY, JAI HO, KICK, however in real life the actor is facing severe trials and tribulations. 

Ajay Devgan to lunch Dilip Kumar’s niece

Sayesha, the dazzling beautiful niece of thespian Dilip Kumar and daughter of golden era’s gorgeous actress Saira Banu's brother is all set to blaze the screen with Ajay Devgn's home production’s  forthcoming movie SHIVAAY.

According to reports Sayesha is the daughter of yesteryear handsome actor Sumeet Saigal who did many movies in the late 80’s like IMAANDAAR, INSANIYAT KE DUSHMAN etc. He married Shaheen, who also did few films in the late 80’s like MAHA SANGRAM. In the Mukul Anand directed multi star movie MAHA SANGRAM, Sumeet Saigal and Shaheen were paired together. Love blossomed and the two married. Later they took divorce.

Sayesha, who is staying with her mother in Bandra (Mumbai)  had recently made a public appearance at the launch event of Dilip Kumar’s autobiography named ‘Dilip Kumar: The Substance And The Shadow’, and was thus noticed by many filmmakers.

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According to Sayesha’s mother Shaheen, her daughter is pursuing 12 standard and is interested in making a foray into the film industry. She informed, “My daughter has learned acting skills from an alumni of the famous National School of Drama and is also a trained dancer.”

17-year-old daughter, Sayesha is quite selective about her movies. Her mother said, "Sayesha has been approached by many film producers but when she heard the narration of her role in Ajay Devgan’s SHIVAAY, she immediately gave her nod.”

It may be noted that Sayeesha will be playing the lead heroine opposite Ajay Devgan in the film SHIVAAY, which interestingly will be Ajay Devgan’s first directorial venture too.

The film is expected to hit the box office on 22nd January 2016 and go on floor in early 2015.