Salman Khan impersonated his screen life in the trial court held for his hearing on the Black Buck case. The Bollywood superstar was in Jodhpur to record his statement on the charges of keeping illegal weapons and use the firearms illegally during the shooting of Black buck in 1998 at the village Kankani near Jodhpur.
The presiding officer asked few routine questions for confirming his identity; the questions included some formal queries like Name, Cast and profession. When asked about his caste. Salman replied it is “Indian” but when reminded that ‘Indian ‘ can’t be a caste then Salman Khan replied it is “Hindu- Muslim”. When asked to explain his answer he replied “My mother is Hindu and my father is Muslim”.
The Rajasthan government State Forest Department registered a case against Salman Khan under the Arms Act on the basis that the Fire arm he was carrying was of expired licence and it was illegal to use such fire arm with expired licence, therefore the actor was found guilty of using the arms illegally while the poaching incident of Black Buck took place on October, 1998. The actor appealed innocence before Anupama Bijlani the chief judicial magistrate and asked for some time to reply, as per information the court has granted time to the actor till 4th of May, 2015.
Salman khan arrived at Jodhpur airport at 9:30 am accompanied by his bodyguards and sister Alvira. He reached the court for trial around 10 am, while the crowd gathered in huge number at the court premises to have a glimpse of the actor.