Bollywood actor Salman Khan is again in tension as retrial of the 2002 hit and run case has started today on April 28, following Mumbai police being able to trace out the witnesses.
The incident relates to 2002 when Salman Khan allegedly in drunken condition ran his car over workers sleeping on the footpath outside a bakery which left one killed and four others seriously hurt.
The hit and run case has resumed today after being disrupted twice on March 26th and April 8th as on the first date the witnesses could not turn up at the Court and on the second date the accused star himself was unavailable.
Salman khan who has been busy these days shooting for his upcoming movie Kick now will have to re-start his run towards the Court with the witnesses been traced and the trial thus, resumed.
Although, the argument about whether Salman was actually driving the car that day or not has been going since long but Mumbai police claims that they have sufficient evidence to prove Salman guilty. The first witness of today's hearing was a Karnataka based person who stated that the accident involved a big car and he also identified the broken pieces of the car which the police recovered from the spot.
Next hearing of the case has been fixed on May 2nd during which other eye witnesses including the victims will be heard.
Well, Salman has always been at the center of controversies and now it seems Sallu Bhai might have put himself in a really deep trouble.