If a body moving at the speed of light moves towards another stationary body having much greater mass then,this body makes the moving body to accelerate under its gravitational field in such a way that when the moving object is infinitely close to the stationary object its speed is much greater than the speed of light for a infinitely small fraction of a second. Now the object should travel backwards in time, at the start of that infinitely small second. The same process would repeat. This means that the object would appear still in front of the stationary object?
Is this assumption hypothetically right?