On the 5th April this year, Salman Khan was found guilty and convicted for killing two blackbucks in 1998. At the Jodhpur’s sessions courts, it ruled Khan will have to seek permission for any foreign travel.
Reported on Aninews, the court order came after Khan’s lawyers asked for an exemption from seeking permission for foreign travel. Currently the ‘Race 3’ (2018) actor has two pending trips that need approving, one for Abu Dhabi and Malta between the 10th and 26th August for a shoot.
Khan who was sentenced for five years in prison, spent two nights at Jodhpur Central Jail and later released on bail. The blackbuck case happened during the time when Khan was filming for ‘Hum Saath Saath Hai’ (1998), along with co-stars Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Sonali Bendre, Neelam and Dushyant Singh, were all acquitted as there was insufficient evidence in their involvement.