Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Family’s anger as film director who caused his assistant’s death is freed by court

The family of a London graduate killed on a film set in India have spoken of their distress after the movie director blamed for her death walked free from court.

Nadia Khan, 26, was struck by a train in Mumbai six years ago yesterday on her first day working as an assistant director on the Bollywood film, Mumbai Central. Kaizad Gustad, 42, was found guilty of causing Ms Khan's death by a “rash and negligent act” and was sentenced to a month's imprisonment.



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