After hearing arguments from both parties, the judge said the evidence in this case was strong and the decision can not be made in hasty and reserved the judgment on the bail petition.
Yesterday, director Subhash Ghai, actor-politicians Jaya Bachchan and Raj Babbar and actor Varun Dhawan were among the few people backing Salman, who was convicted for killing two blackbucks in October 1998 and sentenced to five years in jail.
His lawyer Hastimal Saraswat is ready with a 51-page bail application, where 54 grounds have been raised for the judge to consider and grant the convicted actor bail.
Jail Superintendent Vikram Singh said no special arrangements have been made for Khan who is now Prisoner 106 and was served a dinner of lentils and cabbage like other inmates on his first night.
Also, reports were doing rounds that Katrina Kaif along with Salman's sister Arpita Khan Sharma visited Siddhivinayak temple on April 4, a day before Salman's hearing in the blackbuck poaching case. Four Bollywood actors accused in the case have been acquitted.
Unlike Thursday, Salman Khan will spend his day in prison wearing prison clothes.
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The court also ordered the actor to pay a fine of $154. While he eventually got acquitted from nearly all of them, the actor however served a six day imprisonment in Jodhpur before this happened. Video footage later on showed police escorting him to jail in Jodhpur, at the western state of Rajasthan.
Salman, 52, was found guilty under Section 9/51 of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 for killing two blackbucks, an endangered species, hunting of which is prohibited by law.
Preity Zinta also met Salman Khan's sisters Alvira Agnihotri and Arpita Khan Sharma and offered her support to them in the hard times.
The verdict comes as a surprise to many who say Khan's connections got him out of trouble in the past. Khan plans to appeal the verdict to the Supreme court, but until then he will be in prison.
Anand Desai, Salman's lawyer has appealed the session's court for bail and the hearing is expected tomorrow morning.