Cases against Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Adarsh scam dominated legal scene in Maharashtra

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The sessions court framed charges against Salman on July 24 and held on December 5 that the trial will be held afresh while discarding old evidence. The sessions court framed charges against Salman on July 24 and held on December 5 that the trial will be held afresh while discarding old evidence.
SummaryCases against filmstars Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Sanjay Dutt and Govinda, disputes over properties of Bollywood personalities late Rajesh Khanna, Lata Mangeshkar and Adnan Sami, copyrights issue and Adarsh scam hogged the limelight during 2013.

on her Kolhapur plot as a heritage structure. The high court has asked the state to file a reply.

In a setback to singer Sami, the Bombay High Court, on December 16, asked him and his relatives to vacate the duplex flats in a multi-tower building in posh Lokhandwala complex area of suburban Andheri within two months to facilitate the entry of his divorced wife Sabah Galadari.

The court also asked Sami to give his passport to police as his sureties had withdrawn in bail granted to him in a domestic violence case filed against him by his ex-wife.

A petition in the high court challenged U/A certificate given to Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Goliyon ki Rasleela-Ramleela". The court asked Censor Board to reconsider granting certificate to the film and find out whether guidelines were followed while awarding the certificate.

In a legal dispute on the copyright of a remake of the 1973 blockbuster "Zanjeer", script writers Salim Khan and Javed Akthar on September 4 arrived at a financial settlement with producers. They had demanded Rs 6 crore but court asked them to settle amicably. Although the dispute was settled, it was not known how much amount was paid to the script writers.

In another copyright issue, the high court, on December 4, rejected producer Ramesh Sippy's plea seeking a stay on the release of 3D version of "Sholay" made by his nephew Sasha.

In yet another copyright issue, on October 29, the high court refused to grant relief to a writer who alleged copyright violation of the script of "Krissh-3" and demanded Rs two crore for writing the story.

Actress Preity Zinta filed a suit in high court to recover Rs two crore she had lent to Shandar Amrohi, elder son of filmmaker Kamal Amrohi, to fight legal battles. Shandar passed away in August 2011 but the court asked his legal heirs not to create third party rights on their properties.

In a cheque bouncing case, Zinta was asked to pay Rs 10,000 costs by a court on December 21. A writer of her film had dragged Zinta to court for not paying dues.

Former Miss World Yukta Mookhey got entangled in a domestic dispute with her estranged husband Prince Tuli and his family this year.

Yukta lodged a complaint against her husband and in-laws for domestic violence and harassment. She also accused Tuli of unnatural sex. The Bombay High Court

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