Bollywood actor Salman Khan told a Jodhpur court that he is both “hindu and muslim” as Chief Judicial Magistrate Anupama Bijlani asked his caste before recording his statement in a case under the Arms Act.
Salman Khan reached the court of chief judicial magistrate (CJM) in Jodhpur at 10 am to record his statement in a case under the Arms Act. Salman Khan pleaded “not guilty” in an arms case being heard at the Jodhpur court.
Chief Judicial Magistrate Anupama Bijlani asked Salman Khan his details which include his name, father’s name, profession and other details to mention in the court’s form before recording the actor’s statement.
Salman answered all the questions but he got confused when asked about his caste. He gave a puzzled look to the court as well to his counsel and bodyguard and after few seconds someone from the crowd suggested he say “Muslim”. But he said to the court “Hindu and Muslim” both.
The ‘Dabaang’ Khan told the court that his father is a Muslim and mother is a Hindu.