His next film, “Race 3”, is an action thriller scheduled for release later in the year. The actor, whose bond with Salman Khan has always managed to grab headlines, was seen chilling with someone else.The Bollywood star will spend the next five years in jail following a conviction for poaching a rare type of antelope.The reformed bad boy, 52, who has had numerous brushes with the law but never been convicted, was accused of killing two Blackbuck antelopes while filming a movie in Western India in 1998.Actor Salman Khan poses for a picture on the Green Carpet at the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards show at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, U. (Reuters/Joe Penney) Khan had pleaded innocent in the case that was brought by members of a community known as the Bishnoi, who revere antelopes.Khan’s lawyer could not be reached for comment and it was not immediately clear if the actor would seek bail.Thursday’s ruling is not Khan’s first brush with the law.
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The reformed rebel cleaned up his act in 2008, launching the charity Being Human and rebuilding his reputation as a global force, topping Forbes lists and breaking earning records.
The Dutch royal paid a visit to a cricket ball production company – who were the recipients of a loan from Aye Finance – during her stop on May 29.
In 2002, Khan was implicated in a fatal hit and run incident in Mumbai.
Stars have their own ways of unwinding during down time from shooting, but Salman Khan's has landed him in prison.