The Delhi Police questioned Bollywood starlet Nora Fatehi for approximately four hours on Friday about a 200-crore extortion case connected to imprisoned conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. As a witness in the case, Ms. Fatehi was questioned by the Delhi Police’s Economic Offences Wing.
In a previous court filing, Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez said unequivocally that she finds it shocking that certain other celebrities, most notably Norah Fatehi, fell for the primary defendant Sukesh Chandrashekhar’s fraud.
Ms. Fernandez had objected, saying that although Ms. Fatehi and other stars who received gifts from the conman had been made witnesses, she had been pulled into the case as an accused.
The Enforcement Directorate has already questioned Sukesh Chandrasekhar and Ms. Fatehi on allegations of money laundering.
The money trail in the extortion case money trail includes this investigation as one of the charges.
When questioned by the investigation agency, Ms. Fatehi initially denied speaking to the con artist, but Sukesh said he had talked to her two weeks earlier after an event.
Ms. Fatehi said she initially responded “fine” when Sukesh gave her the expensive BMW automobile but afterward indicated she didn’t need it.
“Bobby had spoken to Sukesh about this, so I told Bobby about it. If Bobby had the opportunity, I advised him to take the automobile “. The Bollywood star has a family buddy in Bobby Khan.
However, this was also refuted by the con artist, who claimed that the family friend had no involvement and that Ms. Fatehi had received the automobile straight from him.
Aditi Singh and Shivinder Singh, two former founders of the massive pharmaceutical company Ranbaxy, were reportedly victimized by Sukesh Chandrashekhar, who demanded 215 crores in cash.
In connection with the 200 crore extortion case, a Delhi court has sentenced Sukesh Chandrasekhar and actress Leena Maria Paul to three days of ED detention.
They were detained for operating an extortion ring out of a Delhi prison following the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).