Should Salman be behind bars ?

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     Tulika Das 

    Considering his acting and the philanthropic activities, should Salman Khan had been given a lighter sentence of 6 months. Also the fact that he donates and does lot of good things for others…

     Pranjal Gangurde 

    Friend,law doesn’t think off  person’s professional or his charity work while giving punishment; if person found to be in breaking the law, he should be punished.

    If Salman couldn’t have drunk and if it was happened to accident, then as per law, he might not even sentenced to jail. Only fine might have incurred on him.That time it would have consider as human error. That’s why it is said “Drinking and driving is a gamble that you just can’t win.”

    His another major mistake is as he ran away from place when accident happened. He would have help the victim by taking them to the hospital. Where was his humanity at that time? Click on link for ready story about his bodyguard:

    Even I am fan of Salman , but we have to respect court decision.

     Abhirup Bhattacharya 

    I fully agree with Pranjal, running away from the scene of crime made his offence all the more worse. Secondly, he is actually responsible for the crime and deserves the punishment…

     Abhirup Bhattacharya 

    Well in any case Salman is now back at his home… so much for justice…


    In my opinion every accused should be treated equally….whether the convict is a bollywood star or any common man….Considering  philanthropic activities of a convict done for the nation punishment can be made less severe but again it depends on the judiciary and one needs to respect the verdict.

    We need to see the other side as well, the families whose members got killed during the night of crime when Salman Khan drove his car over them have suffered immense loss…this would be injustice to them if Salman gets away with it….

     Abhirup Bhattacharya 

    Has there not been enough injustice done by the 13 year long wait? And look at the swiftness of the bail… speaks volumes about the judiciary….

     Abhirup Bhattacharya 

    seems his popularity has increased even more

     Tulika Das 

    Why are we forgetting the good work that he has done?

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