In contemporary claims as a witness within the multi-million rupees fraud case by Sukesh Chandrashekhar, Bollywood diva Nora Fatehi has alleged that fellow celeb Jacqueline Fernandez was ‘ready in line’ for a suggestion from the conman, whereas she was approached by him.
The ‘Avenue Dancer’ actor who lately turned witness within the notorious Rs 200 crore extortion and cash laundering case, recorded her assertion to courtroom earlier this week.
Within the assertion acquired by an Indian media outlet, the actor claimed that she was requested for undue favours by conman Sukesh – the prime accused within the fraud case. Fatehi revealed that she was promised a giant home and splendid life-style by Chandrashekhar if she agrees to be his girlfriend.
Furthermore, she acknowledged that Chandrashekhar’s aide Pinky Irani approached her cousin with a suggestion and advised her that many feminine actors are ‘dying to be taken care of’ by him.
As per the assertion, Irani had pitched to her cousin that even Jacqueline Fernandez is ‘ready in line’ for a suggestion from Chandrashekhar, nonetheless, he desires Fatehi.
“Initially, I didn’t know who Sukesh was. Later, I assumed he used to work at an organization referred to as LS Company,” Fatehi stated in her testimony to the courtroom.
“I neither had any private contact nor did I ever have any conversations with him. I had no clue about this and I by no means met him.”
Fatehi additionally talked about that she got here to know concerning the felony historical past of Chandrashekhar when she was summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) relating to her involvement within the fraud case.
For these unversed, Bollywood starlets Jacqueline Fernandez and Nora Fatehi amongst a number of different budding actors had been named accused within the multi-million rupees extortion case, for receiving luxurious items from the crime proceeds.
Final month, Fatehi sued Fernandez over defamation grounds. She accused the ‘Cirkus’ actor of criminally tarnishing her profession for self-interests, figuring out they’re in the identical occupation with comparable backgrounds.