Sheezan Khan has an emotional reunion with family as he walks out of jail two months after arrest in Tunisha Sharma's death case

    Actor Shezaan Khan who was granted bail in Tunisha Sharma's death case on Saturday, walked out of Thane Central Jail on Sunday morning.


    Accused of abetting the suicide of his co-star and ex-girlfriend Tunisha Sharma , Ali Baba: Dastan-E-Kabul actor Sheezan Khan was finally granted bail on Saturday. After the shocking death of Tunisha on the sets of their TV show, Sheezan was arrested by the Mumbai Police in December following an F.I.R filed by the late actress’ family.

    After over two months of remaining in police custody, Sheezan walked out of jail on Sunday after Vasai court granted him bail. The actor’s sisters Shafaq Naaz and Falaq Naaz celebrated the news of Sheezan’s bail on social media on Saturday and who also received him outside Thane Central Jail on Sunday.

    The Vasai Court has granted Sheezan bail against a surity of Rs. 1 lakh and also asked the actor to submit his passport to the court. The actor will have to take permission from the court before leaving the country as the case continues to be investigated.

    Sheezan’s lawyer has also put in an application with the Bombay High Court to quash the F.I.R filed against the actor by Tunisha’s family and the hearing for it will take place on March 9. In an interview, the actor’s lawyer also claimed that the police misused their power of arrest in Sheezan’s case which has also been mentioned in his application to the Bombay High Court.

    Sheezan Khan was allegedly dating Tunisha until two weeks before her death in the make -up room of the Ali Baba: Dastan-E-Kabul. According to reports Tunisha and Sheezan allegedly had an argument shortly before she decided to end her life. The actress was allegedly heartbroken after their break-up while Tunisha’s family has also claimed that Sheezan promised to marry her but later decided not to go through with it which led to their breakup in November 2022.

    Sheezan played the male lead on Ali Baba: Dastan-E-Kabul before the incident and has now been replaced on the show by actor Abhishek Nigam.