Celebrity Dilip Chhabria's son Bonito arrested in cheating case filed by comedian Kapil Sharma
Following a cheating case filed by comedian Kapil Sharma last year, Mumbai police arrested Bonito Chhabria, son of celebrity car designer Dilip Chhabria.
Mumbai Police has arrested Bonito Chhabria, son of celebrity car designer Dilip Chhabria, in connection with a cheating case filed by comedian Kapil Sharma last year. As per the information, Bonito Chhabria is the son of celebrity car designer Dilip Chhabria and reportedly took 5.3 crores from Sharma. Also Read: Karnataka government to permit theatres for 100 per cent seat occupancy from October 1
The amount was paid in the year 2017 to design a special vanity van. But the accused was dilly-dallying with reason and made no efforts to complete and hand over the project. As a result in 2019, he approached the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) against Bonito.
In response, Benito also sent a bill of 1.2 crores to Kapil Sharma as a parking charge of a vanity van belonging to the comedian. Enraged by this attitude, Sharma then approached Mumbai police and also registered a complaint. Also Read: Elon Musk and Grimes are 'semi-separated', but still love each other
The police, which was probing the case, summoned Bonito today and later arrested him. This is not the first time Bonito is facing arrest; last year also he was arrested by Mumbai Crime Branch officials for his alleged involvement in a multi-crore car financing scam.
FIR filed against Kapil Sharma Show for projecting the courtroom in poor light in his show:
An FIR is also registered against the makers of the comedy show The Kapil Sharma Show on Sony TV for showing the courtroom in a bad light. In one of the episodes, actors are shown drinking in the courtroom premises in the show. Enraged by this act, a Madhya Pradesh-based lawyer has filed a contempt of court case under section 356/3. Also Read: Indian diplomat slams Imran Khan at UNGA, calls Pakistan an arsonist disguised as firefighter
The controversial episode was first aired in 2020 January, and again in April 2021, there was a repeat telecast of the controversial episode. Taking objection, the advocate claimed that the actors had brought shame to the court. The case will come up for hearing on October 1st.