Jaipur, Apr 18 (UNI) Actor Salman Khan bears no grudges against Jodhpur - the city where he recently spent three days in jail.
In a freewheeling interview to a TV channel, which was aired today, a composed-looking Salman said he had no hard feelings against Jodhpur. "I would want to go back again. I have learnt a lot during the three days spent in custody there", he said.
" I learnt there is a lot of difference between whatever is shown on-screen and what actually happens off screen," he told when questioned whether he will ever visit Jodhpur again for honeymoon or on a holiday.
Salman also said he owes his freedom to the prayers of his numerous fans who rallied behind him despite all odds.
About the legal process and the outcome of the cases against him, he said " Whatever will happen will happen. Whatever is in my destiny will happen".
Salman has been accused of killing a Chinkara and two Black bucks in 1998 in two separate cases in Mathania region while he was shooting for his film 'Hum Saath Saath Hain.' He had been sentenced to one year and five years imprisonment in both the cases. He is currently out on bail.
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