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Ex-Bigg Boss contestant Sofia Hayat is happy with Salman's conviction

07 Apr 2018 | By Mudit Bhatnagar
Sofia Hayat expresses happiness over Salman Khan's conviction

While the entire entertainment industry is upset with Salman Khan's jail sentence, Sofia Hayat, an ex-contestant of his reality show 'Bigg Boss', has a completely contrasting reaction.

Sofia, in an elongated post on Instagram, said, "I am so happy that Salman has gone to jail."

She also stated that she is not afraid to speak up against the so-called boss of Bollywood.

In context: Sofia Hayat expresses happiness over Salman Khan's conviction

07 Apr 2018Ex-Bigg Boss contestant Sofia Hayat is happy with Salman's conviction

DetailsShe called out Salman for the hit-and-run case as well

Sofia did not mince her words at all.

She wrote, "Karma gets you in the end. Many people are afraid to talk against Salman because they think he controls Bollywood. Well, I no longer serve my ego and therefore am not afraid to speak up."

"In any western country, he would have been vilified for this and the drink driving deaths that he caused."

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Have a look at Sofia's post here

Karma gets you in the end...Many people are afraid to talk against Salman because they think he controls Bollywood. Well, I no longer serve my ego and therefore am not afraid to speak up. I am so happy that Salman has gone to jail for what he has done. Animals are so important to this planet and doing what he did and then mocking it was a huge act of his own self importance. Lots of children look up to him, and he has a responsibility to the young people.What is he showing the world when he does things like this? What lessons is he giving them? That it is ok to break the law, to kill animals and then mock it because he is a celebrity? In any western country he would have been vilified for this and the drink driving deaths that he caused. He has then reinvented himself as a charitable man to try and compensate his karma. Today, India has shown that no matter who you are, if you break the law, you are no bigger than the law. I have heard so many young people in India speak about how they are afraid to go to the police about crimes committed by others because they watch the tv and see how people with money and status get away with it because they have paid off the police or the judge or the lawyers. This happened to me when Armaan Kohli paid off 2 of my lawyers so that I could not continue with the case, Dolly Bindra also told me that Armaans family are powerful enough to put drugs in my bag at the airport and I would be in Jail. I had to then drop the case as all the lawyers I hired were paid off. Today, Hindustan can stand strong and hold its head up high to the world and show them that justice is held up in India, and today, all the poor people have been shown a glimmer of hope in their own fight for justice against those who have manipulated the law. Today I can say Hindustaan Zindabaad!

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Meanwhile, Salman has applied for bail

ContextMeanwhile, Salman has applied for bail

Currently locked in Rajasthan's Jodhpur central jail as prisoner number 106, the 'Race 3' actor had applied for bail immediately after his conviction on Thursday.

However, the hearing of his plea got deferred by a day and the verdict will be out today.

The court found Salman guilty of poaching two blackbucks in 1998 and acquitted his accused 'Hum Saath Saath Hain' co-stars.