Life Of Pi actress Tabu is among four Bollywood stars who have been charged in an illegal hunting case.
Tabu, Sonali Bendre, Neelam Kothari and Saif Ali Khan are set to go on trial next month (Apr13) for their alleged part in shooting endangered antelope in October 1998.
Actor Salman Khan has already been charged with shooting two blackbucks on the hunt near Jodhpur, India, where the five stars were working on a movie.
He is facing a charge of shooting a protected animal, while the others will be tried for abetting an offence of hunting.
They face six years behind bars if convicted. The trial begins on 27 April (13), reports Britain's The Guardian newspaper.
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