Almost a month after a businessman purebred an FIR opposite actor Shilpa Shetty and her father Raj Kundra, accusing them of cheating, a luminary integrate has filed a insult fit value Rs 100 core alleging he maligned their reputation.
Textile owners Ravi Mohanlal Bhalotia purported that a integrate hoodwinked him of Rs 24 lakh. He settled that a twin and 3 others – Durshit Indravan Shah, Uday Kothari and Vedant Bali, collected a volume on his interest though did not compensate him. The indicted are a directors of an online selling TV show, Best Deal.
Raj had responded to a indictment observant that it was Bhalotia who had disregarded a law and due them money. Now, Raj has filed a quashing petition in a Bombay High Court, observant that it is a transparent quashing box by a authorised book.
“Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty Kundra have slapped a insult notice for Rs 100 crore on Ravi Mohanlal Bhalotia. A quashing petition has been filed in a Bombay High Court as they have parsimonious contracts sealed and have been responsibly following a laws of a land,” Raj’s orator pronounced in a statement.
At a time a FIR was filed, a military central was quoted as saying, “Big Deals, a association in that Shetty and Kundra are directors, collected income from business for sale of bed sheets on interest of Malotia Textiles by TV ads, though did not (allegedly) compensate Malotia Textiles a proceeds.”
Four months ago, a news pennyless that Kundra had stepped down as a CEO of Best Deal. Kundra sent his abdication to a association in December. The same month, Best Deals temporarily dangling a operations after a business forsaken due to demonetization and a money break in a market. Vendors opposite a country, however, purported that a association has defaulted on payments given a commencement of final year. Best Deal TV was launched in Mar final year by Shetty and Kundra.
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