Renuka Shahane, who played the Bhabi to
Salman Khan in the epic film, Hum Aapke Hain Koun has been hitting the headlines for the second time for opposing Salman. Earlier, she posted on her microblogging site, regarding the hit and run case. Now, she has been in the news for sharing her views in Salman’s acquittal in the blackbuck case. While she had been trolled by Salman fans, the actress told a leading daily that she is not anti-Salman. She was quoted saying, "I know Salman's fans are really hurt and I am being tagged as anti-Salman, but people are reacting without even reading the complete post or understanding what I am trying to say. I am not against Salman and neither is that post. I have always shared a very cordial relationship with him. The questions in my post have been in my mind for long. It is about our judicial system. Cases itne lambe chalte hi kyon hain? Why isn't there a time frame within which cases should end? This case could have gone on for 25 years and for so many years, everyone involved has a mental pressure. My questions were for all cases that drag for years. Why can't we have opinions? Every time someone speaks up to express something relevant, people say that it is for publicity.” “What happens to the eyewitnesses? As a common person who pays taxes, I think I deserve the right to ask these questions. Anybody can be in this situation. Some people are advising me that I should not question the judiciary, but someone has to ask these questions, and I am sure that I am not the only who has these questions. These questions do not just apply to just Salman's case, but to all cases that drag on for years. I fail to understand - why can't we have opinions? Every time someone speaks up to express something relevant, people say that it is just to gain publicity. Arre bhai, aisa kuch nahi hai. They are just questions,” added Renuka. She also says, "I had posted that Salman should not pay the price for being a celebrity. He should be tried in court like any other person and the law should be equal for all."