We know that gravity speeds up a body, like a meteor which enters the earth gets constantly speeded up by earth's gravity. And from relativity we know that light bends near a massive body because newton's law of gravitation is just an approximation and actually gravity depends on energy and momentum. So my question is: If a ray of light is aimed exactly at the centre of a body, then will it get accelerated like a meteor? And if does get accelerated, then won't it surpass the universal speed limit of 3,00,000 km/s (approx.)?