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Now, Aamir caught in chinkara case

August 08, 2006 18:10 IST

The Gujarat forest department has sent a notice to Aamir Khan for allegedly violating the Wildlife Act during the making of his film, Lagaan, in 2000, when he had filmed a chinkara without permisison in the Kutch district.

The department sent a notice on August 7 to his production team for filming the chinkara without its permission, forest officials said today.

The department has given him a week's time to reply to the notice.


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