'I am happy for him. It's been 13 years since the case is going on the family was on tenterhooks. He is a good person he deserves justice. I do feel bad for the people who lost their lives got injured. I do feel bad for the tragedy,' veteran actor Anupam Kher .

Kher and Salman have worked together in couple of films like 'Hum Aapke Hai Kaun', 'Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai', 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo'. Director Anees Bazmee, who has worked with the 'Dabangg' is happy for the actor. It (case) has taken a long time it's a relief for him and his family. It has taken the court to come to conclusion so they would have taken into consideration a lot of factors. I don't know much about the law (whether it's a right or wrong decision). There is no one above the court, he added.

While producer Mukesh Bhatt chose to play safe saying he is happy for the 49-year-old actor. I am happy for him. Justice has a vague definition in this country. It's (justice) is a beautiful piece of poetry, he added.

Actress Madhuri Dixit who played Salman's leading lady in many of her hits said, 'Anything good happens in anyone's life, I am happy about it. Filmmaker, who has worked with Salman in 2008 film 'Yuvvraaj', welcomed the court's verdict saying, 'God is always kind to good human beings, @BeingSalmanKhan with gods blessings is freed today from a hanging sword for thirteen years. Cheers.

Ashoke Pandit thanked Salman's lawyers for 'brilliantly fighting the case'.Will all those, who till now haunted, humiliated, abused @BeingSalmanKhan, apologize to him & his family after thisverdict?#SalmanWalksFree, Pandit tweeted.

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