He's Judged Before His Crime is Proven: When Shah Rukh Khan Defended Salman Khan
In an old video that has surfaced on the internet now, Shah Rukh Khan backs Salman Khan in his legal brushes saying it's a negative side of stardom that he's judged even before his crimes are proven.
A file photo of Salman Khan and SRK.
While Shah Rukh Khan hasn't yet commented on the recent verdict, an old video has now surfaced on the internet wherein the actor is backing Salman saying that he often gets judged even before his crime is proven. "Sometimes I believe there are a lot of advantages of being a movie star but there's also a lot of negativity. I think one of the negatives of being a celebrity is that you get judged even before your crime is proved. This has happened time and again with Salman."
"I think by virtue of the impression that stardom that has given to people, they think they can say anything about the stars. That I think is wrong," he says.
Muhabbat Baato dosto Nafrat already bhut phel chuki hai.— Ilyazz Shaikh ♻ (@IlyazzSrkian) April 6, 2018
Salman Khan is good person just because of some issues don't hate him.
Respect the Law, Respect The People's if you can't than please do your work don't creat problem
Thinking like King @iamsrk#BlackBuckPoachingCase pic.twitter.com/QFX4fUouYN
He further clarifies that while he is no one to comment on the Indian judiciary, he feels for Salman at a personal level. "I'm nobody and genuinely not someone who can comment on what the law is, we all respect it. But somewhere at a personal level, one feels and wishes all this did not happen to Salman.
Meanwhile, Salman reached his residence in Banda, met his family who were waiting with bated breath and then came out on the balcony to greet and wave at the thousands of frantic fans who erupted in joy at the sight of Khan wearing a smile.
Salman Khan addresses fans from his residence after being released from the Jodhpur jail on Saturday. He is accompanied by his mother Salma, father Salim and sister Arpita's son Ahil. #SalmanGetsBail pic.twitter.com/8LCwkNk6ua— News18 (@CNNnews18) April 7, 2018
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