This is my 'karma' and I have to sort it out: Salman
Mumbai, Apr 14 (UNI) Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who was released on bail by a local court in Jodhpur in the Chinkara killing case, on his arrival here last night said that this was his Karma and ''I will have to sort it out''.
Speaking to mediapersons, he said, ''Whatever has to happen will happen,'' but, in the same breath, added ''the five-year sentence is something I will not be able to take.'' Further, Salman said, ''My three days in prison have taught me that one should not do anything that would put one behind bars. It is a very painful place to be in.'' His brother Sohail Khan and filmmaker David Dhawan, who went to Jodhpur, said, ''We came here to take Salman with us to Mumbai, and we are happy, he is coming with us.'' A visibly happy David Dhawan said, ''Films and work are all secondary, this work will go on. Our first priority is to get Salman out of bars.'' As actor Khan flew down to Mumbai, his family, fans and film producers heaved a sigh of relief.
Fans thronged his house at Bandra trying to get a glimpse of their hero as Salman said, ''It is good to be back home.'' UNI LS MJ PK ND1324