The banging spree is going on in Bollywood, After Salman & Shahrukh now it is the turn for Saif Ali Khan who got into this business, according the media reports Saif Ali Khan have got into a dogfight at a five star hotel in Mumbai sub-urban with Iqbal M Sharma who is deputy director of department of trade & investment, South Africa and is a South African national of Indian origin.
A case under IPC section 325 has been registered against Saif Ali Khan with the Colaba police station under which Saif could be imprisoned for up to seven years if proved to be guilty in this physical assault.
The actual scene has happened last night at Wasabi restaurant, Taj Hotel when Saif Ali Khan having dinner along with his ‘close-aid’ Kareena Kapoor and his other friends Malaika Arora Khan, Amrita Arora Ladak, at the same time Iqbal M Sharma along with his family is having dinner at an adjoining table.
According to reports & eye witness, Iqbal have complained about the nuisance created by Saif and his friends, which in further have caused anger to Saif which lead to a scuffle between these two. At the scene Saif have reportedly told Iqbal to go to a library to find silence. Some other people have a different story which suggests that actually the fight broke up between Amrita Arora Ladak’s husband Shakeel Ladak and Iqbal which is intervened by Saif and further caused this scuffle.
Post the incident Iqbal have lodged a complaint against Saif Ali Khan and couple of his friends adding that they have assaulted him with fist blows, which caused fracture to his nose.
Hawaldar Welkar of the Colaba Police station in Mumbai have confirmed the news and informed to media, “Yes, a case was registered against Saif Ali Khan by Iqbal Sharma, last night for some fight that took place between them in Hotel Taj last night. Rest of the details are with my boss ACP Iqbal Sheikh.” when we contacted ACP Iqbal Sheikh said, “We are conducting an inquiry into the matter and we will be questioning every one involved in this case. If required we will be arresting who ever is at fault.”