On Wednesday, Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi filed a fraudulent case to MIDC Police, claiming that three people asked him to make investments of 1.55 crore in an event and film production firm in exchange for a great profit, but they later used the money for their own. Vivek’s chartered accountant, Deven Bafna, filed a report with Mumbai Police regarding the alleged crime.
Sanjay Saha, his mother Nandita Saha, and Radhika Nanda are among those implicated, along with the film producers and event planners. To organize events in the film industry and movie production, the two parties were meant to launch an events firm. The three have been charged with defrauding under Indian Penal Code sections 34 (common intention), 409 (criminal breach of trust), 419 (personation), and 420 (cheating).
“In 2017, The Oberoi started a business called Oberoi Organics. Since it wasn’t going well, they decided to first add the three suspects as partners in the company, dissolve it, and rebrand it as Anandita Entertainment”, according to Bafna (Vivek’s CA), who stated to the police. He said that the two parties reached an agreement on this contract in July 2020.
Speaking of actor Vivek Oberoi’s most recent projects, He was last spotted with Suniel Shetty in Dharavi Bank. He will next be featured in the forthcoming Indian Police Force series by Rohit Shetty. He’ll join Shilpa Shetty and Sidharth Malhotra. Fans can’t wait to see it. The actors have finished filming, and the much-awaited series will be made available on Prime Video soon.