Jaipur: In a major relief to the ‘Dabangg’ of Bollywood, a subordinate court of Jodhpur has granted permission to Salman Khan to go abroad between August 26, 2011 and February 15, 2012.

Hearing Salman’s petition, Chief Judicial Magistrate Sushma Pareekh granted him permission to go abroad for shooting his film and medical treatment during the determined period after putting certain conditions on him.

The court has asked him to provide details of telephone numbers and residing places and also to appear before the court whenever needed.

Salman’s counsel while informing the court about his health, told “he requires going to Petersburg during 26 August to 5 September for treatment”.

He also informed the court about Salman’s upcoming film assignments that requires being shot abroad. “Salman has already taken advance for these films,” he prayed.

Salman will shoot for his upcoming film ‘Ek tha Tiger’ at different locations in Ireland, Turkey, Cuba and Thailand during this period.

JPN/Bureau