Bollywood star Salman Khan is due in court in India to appeal against his sentence for poaching.
Khan is one of Bollywood's top stars
Khan will be appealing against a five-year jail term, issued in April 2006 for hunting gazelle, a protected species, on a trip in Rajasthan state.
The same court had convicted him in February 2006 for killing two black bucks, a protected antelope species, during a hunting trip in 1998.
Khan, one of Bollywood's top actors, is on bail and denies wrongdoing.
A court in Jodhpur found him guilty of killing a gazelle in September 1998 while he was shooting a film in the area.
The poaching cases are not Salman Khan's only brush with the law. He is also facing trial in Mumbai (Bombay) in a 2002 hit-and-run case.
One person was killed and three others injured when Khan allegedly drove into a group of homeless people sleeping on a pavement.
Khan faces 10 charges, including causing death by negligent driving which carries two years in prison. He has pleaded not guilty on all counts.