Sheezan Khan hugs sisters as soon as he comes out of jail after getting bail in Tunisha Sharma death case. Watch
Actor Sheezaan Khan was seen walking out of Thane Central Jail on Sunday, a day after being granted bail in the Tunisha Sharma death case. He was arrested for abetting the suicide of his Ali Baba Dastaan-e-Kabul co-star Tunisha. He was reportedly in a relationship with Tunisha, who allegedly committed suicide last year. They broke up a few weeks before his death. Read also: Maharashtra court grants bail to Sheezan Khan, asks her to submit passport
A video of Sheezan finally being released from jail has surfaced online. In this, he is seen coming out of the jail gate wearing a mask. As he steps out, his sisters Falak Naaz and Shafaq Naaz are seen welcoming him with a hug. They pause for a brief embrace before heading to their vehicle.
On Saturday, the Vasai court granted bail to Sheejan Khan, who was arrested by the Waliw police after Tunisha Sharma’s death. has been granted bail on a personal bond of 1 lakh and one or two sureties of the like amount.
According to Tarun Sharma, the advocate appointed by Tunisha’s family, the magistrate court has asked Sheezan to surrender his passport to the investigating officer and not to leave Mumbai without prior permission of the court. They also have to regularly attend court proceedings. The court has also asked Sheezan to refrain from influencing witnesses or tampering with evidence.
Tunisha Sharma was found dead on the sets of her show Alibaba Dastaan-e-Kabul on 24 December. A day later, Waliw police arrested Shejan on charges of abetment to suicide under the Indian Penal Code. Tunisha’s mother Vanita Sharma had filed a case of abetment to suicide against her. Vanitha and Tunisha’s uncle Pawan had alleged that Sheezan’s mother and sisters forced the latter actor to wear a hijab and learn Urdu. However, Sheejan’s family said that they had broken up a few days before Tunisha was found dead.
Sheejan has spent 70 days in jail. Reacting to the news of Sheezan’s bail, her sister Shafaq Naaz told Hindustan Times, “Finally it is big news (for us). We are very happy that this is what we were waiting for.”