Popular Assamese singer Zubeen Garg, who rose to fame his Bollywood number ‘Ya Ali’ from movie Gangster, landed in a soup lately. He has been arrested and sentenced to jail for three months with a penalty of Rs. 5,000 in an assault case on Friday. The 'Gangster' fame singer was arrested pertaining to a 2013 case, where he had allegedly slapped the son of an advocate, named Arup Borbora, for smoking in public.
Speaking on the same, his advocate Junmoni Devi told ANI, "This case was filed under three IPC sections- 323, 341 and 506. He has been proved not guilty under section 341; he has been sentenced to three months jail and penalty of 5000 rupees under sections 323 and 506. We have accepted the judgment with respect and have planned to appeal before the Higher Court, which is, Sessions Judge Court."
His song ‘Ya Ali’ in Gangster won him best playback singer award in Global Indian Film Festival in 2006.
(With ANI Inputs)