Salman Khan's sentencing for the blackbuck case that happened 20 years ago has left Bollywood shocked and sad. While there may be a lot of people who are intertwining a million theories with this case, there are a few loved ones from Bollywood who are coming out in support of Bhai.
Jacqueline Fernandes, Amrita Arora and Malaika Arora Khan visited Salman's house in Bombay to meet his family, while others took social media to express their love and support.
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Simi Garewal tweeted and said it's unbelievable that Salman Khan is going through all of this.
Of one thing I am dead sure..@BeingSalmanKhan would NEVER EVER harm any animal. He loves them too much. The real culprit should be exposed. 20 years is too long to bear someone else's cross..
— Simi Garewal (@Simi_Garewal) 5 April 2018
Sonam Kapoor, his co-star in the film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo also posted a picture of him saying how she will always be by his side.
Bobby Deol, who is currently working with Bhai on Race 3, posted a picture and wrote along with it, 'Love you mamu'.
Salman spent his second night at the Jodhpur Jail yesterday. His plea for bail will be heard by a panel of new judges. According to sources, Salman, prisoner number 106 worked out for three hours in jail yesterday.
The 52 year old was given a jail sentence of 5 years for killing a blackbucks while shooting for 'Hum Saath Saath Hai'. The verdict is expected to be announced today.