Salman Khan seems to have the knack of picking up silly feuds, this time round the cops booked the famous Bollywood actor for hurting the religious sentiments of Muslims on his reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ on Colors channel.
A case has been booked on Salman Khan and the producers of the show ‘Bigg Boss’ for insulting a religion and were booked under section 295 of the Indian Penal Code at Falaknuma police station in the old city of Hyderabad.
Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma told reporters that the case was booked on the direction of a city court after a petitioner, in his complaint, alleged that the religious sentiments of Muslims were hurt during the show.
“Before proceeding further with the investigations in the case, we have sought legal opinion with regard to the jurisdiction and culpability,” he said.
The police chief also said the petition alleged that the show hurt the religious sentiments by depicting “Jannat” (heaven) and “Jahannum” (hell).
Mohammed Fasihuddin had filed a complaint in the court of VIth Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, which directed police to register a case.