Black-buck Poaching Case Causes Problem For Ali Abbas Zafar’s ‘Bharat’
Bollywood bhaijaan Salman Khan’s 1998 Blackbuck poaching case has been creating a roar still today since its beginning. The Jodhpur court has ordered Salman Khan to seek permission every time he plans to travel abroad. With foreign shooting schedules lined up for his film Bharat, this is a pain. Salman Khan has wrapped up the Mumbai schedule for his upcoming film Bharat. As the cast of the film gears up for their Malta schedule, will Jodhpur court’s ban on the actor be a problem for Ali Abbas Zafar?
It seems relief is still miles away for Bollywood superstar Salman Khan when it comes to the 1998 Blackbuck poaching case. While the actor is out on bail after being sentenced to five years imprisonment in April this year, in the latest development, now the Jodhpur court has banned Salman from leaving the country without seeking permission from the court as he also had to do before going for his Dabangg Tour with actresses Sonakshi Sinha, Katrina Kaif, Daisy Shah, Jacqueline Fernandez and others. This has again put Salman in a tight spot, who, according to reports, had to travel to several foreign locations for his upcoming film Bharat, which is being directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. According to reports, sequences in the film is scheduled to be shot in Poland, London, Malta, Oman and Abu Dhabi.
Jodhpur court’s recent verdict in the 1998 Blackbuck poaching case that bans Salman from leaving the country without permission can become a problem for Ali.
Recently, the 38-year-old filmmaker took to his Twitter handle and wrote, “First schedule of @Bharat_TheFilm completed in Mumbai, two dramatic action sequences done …. thanks you cast & crew … Here we come Malta .. get ready for Desi rock n rolla…(sic).”
First schedule of @Bharat_TheFilm completed in Mumbai, two dramatic action sequences done …. thanks you cast & crew … Here we come Malta .. 😎😍🤩 get ready for Desi rock n rolla…
— ali abbas zafar (@aliabbaszafar) August 6, 2018
Gear up for Thunder ….@BeingSalmanKhan @Bharat_TheFilm …”yeh khamoshi toofan se phele ki hai…” pic.twitter.com/dAQ5kfGFuW
— ali abbas zafar (@aliabbaszafar) August 1, 2018
The movie will also star Nora Fatehi, Tabu and Disha Patani in pivotal roles. Bharat is slated for an Eid 2019 release.
However, every time he needs to travel for shooting abroad, Salman will have to get official permission from the court. Meanwhile, another conflicting report in Bollywood Hungama claims that both Ali Abbas Zafar and Salman Khan have altered their plans of shooting abroad because of his conviction.