Hit-And-Run Case: Salman Khan’s Hearing Adjourned Till 5 September

Salman Khan may have ample time now to kick-start ‘Kick’ and fly to London as the next hearing for the 2002 hit-and-run case has been postponed to 5 September.


MUMBAI: Salman Khan can heave a sigh of relief. The actor, who is being tried for culpable homicide not amounting to murder for the 2002 hit-and-run case, has his next hearing scheduled for 5 September. 

A Mumbai session’s court, today has adjourned the hearing to September 5, which gives Salman Khan time to head to London to kick-start ‘Kick’.

Salman Khan had been initially denied the visa to UK, but got it on second instance. But the hearing initially scheduled for today and a few personal issues had forced the actor to stay back in India.

With the hearing now scheduled a good two weeks away, Salman Khan can happily fly to London for ‘Kick’.

The actor also has ‘Jai Ho!’ lined up for release next year. Thankfully for the star, he has been exempted from making court appearances pertaining to his busy schedule.

He might not have had a release this Eid, but looks like one will see him in action soon with ‘Jai Ho!’ (Mental) releasing on Republic Day next year. For now it’s time for some ‘Kick’.

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