Im­pend­ing cases a big worry for my fam­ily: Sal­man

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Leisure -

He has achieved great suc­cess in his film ca­reer and a huge fan fol­low­ing, but ac­tor Sal­man

Khan (above) is wor­ried about the im­pend­ing ver­dict of his court cases. He is un­der­go­ing trial in the 2002 hit-and-run case in Mum­bai. Two more cases are pend­ing against him in Jodh­pur, one is un­der the Arms Act (for il­le­gal arms pos­ses­sion), the other is un­der the Wildlife Pro­tec­tion Act (black­bucks poach­ing case).

“What is go­ing to hap­pen to the ver­dicts. If you add five... five years it comes to 10-15 years. That is a big worry on my par­ents head... my head. It is a big one. What­ever will be my life’s jour­ney af­ter that... will take it (sic),” Sal­man says. “Af­ter do­ing all this you have to do com­edy, do Bigg Boss ... at the same time a sword is hang­ing on your head, you see par­ents re­act­ing, and what they are go­ing through,” he added.

Ac­cord­ing to the 49-year-old ac­tor, his work can­not save him from the ver­dict. “The beauty of my job is no mat­ter how much ever good you do, peo­ple are in­sen­si­tive... ro­manc­ing Sonam, danc­ing with Jac­que­line, go­ing to Poland shoot­ing, earn­ing ` 600 crore... but they don’t know how much we have (on our plate)... they say he has a case on him but he is en­joy­ing. All my good work is to­tally against me when it comes to peo­ple re­spon­si­ble for sign­ing the ver­dict (sic),” he says.

A sword is hang­ing on your head, you see par­ents re­act­ing, and what they are go­ing through

Sal­man Khan, ac­tor

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