Salman Khan leaves the Jodhpur Jail to return to Mumbai

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Meanwhile, Rampal Bhawad, state president of Bishnoi Tiger Force, said that they are disappointed with the decision of court to grant bail to Salman and said they planned to challenge this in high court.

Salman is lodged in the Jodhpur Central Jail as "Qaidi No. 106".

He was supposed to get bail on Friday however, that didn't happen and then on Saturday salman's Lawyer pleaded again and judge decided that the order will be passed after lunch.

Film industry analysts say Khan has almost $90 million riding on him with at least three big projects in the pipeline.

Bollywood star Salman Khan has been granted bail days after being jailed for five years.

Salman Khan will walk out of the jail after 5 pm today following a sessions court granting him bail in connection with the blackbuck poaching case. Later, Preity Zinta, who has acted with Salman Khan in several films, also paid him a visit.

The four other co-accused - actors Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Neelam - have been acquitted.

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He was whisked off to the airport immediately after getting bail by a Rajasthan court.

Salman's conviction shocked fans and the Bollywood elite.

Film industry analysts say Salman has almost $90 million riding on him with at least three big projects in the pipeline. In a late night development, Joshi was transferred to Sirohi as part of a reshuffle.

Khan, was previously sentenced to seven years in prison in 2006 but only spent one day before he was granted bail.

Bhai, as he is popularly known, was accompanied by his father Salim Khan, mother Sushila Charak, Shera, other family members, sister Alvira and Arpita and a nephew.

The fans, who were carrying garlanded posters of Khan, raised slogans like "Salman zindabad", "Salman tum sangharsh karo, hum tumhare saath hai". In 2014, the Mumbai High Court acquitted him in a drunken-driving, hit-and-run case, after he was accused of running over five men sleeping on a sidewalk in 2002, killing one of them.

Khan's lawyer asked for bail but the plea was adjourned after a judge said he wanted to see the entire case record.