Salman Khan and his lawyer has sent a reply-letter to National Commission for Woman which stated that the case should not be heard at state level to avoid double zero party. NCW had filed against the super star for his alleged comment of ‘raped woman’ few days back.
Controversial remark chattered by the ‘Dabbang’ actor pulled him to headlines which got bombarded with critics from the public domain and also the NCW objected this statement from ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ leading hero. On 28th June 2016, the Commission received a reply-letter and will soon declare its reaction over it.
‘Sultan’ starrer, after finishing a toiling scene from the same film, had expressed about feeling like a raped woman when asked regarding the shot he did. This utterance drove him in criticism and gained immense objurgations. Some of the Bollywood celebs also backed the veteran alleging that the coining of this topic is senseless.
But NCW has been firm on its stance who demanded apology from ‘Bigg Boss 9’ host who didn’t accept to do so, but has sent a letter stating condonation in hearing of the case. The commission will analyze the reply from Sallu Bhai and after confabulating with senior officials will air its conclusion.