After Siddharth Bhardwaj and Amar Upadhyay, cops would make an entry into the Bigg Boss House next. TV actor Amar of Kyunki Saans bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi fame is being summoned by an Udaipur court for his role in a cheating case, reported Mid Day.
"Upadhyay had floated a company called Mihir Virani Multitrade Pvt Ltd, in Malad (West), which followed the finance chain-membership system. The complainant in the case, Udaipur-based Harinarayan Soni, had reportedly invested in the company, and earned profits worth Rs 7 lakh in 2001. The cheque issued eight years later by Upadhyay's company, however, bounced. Soni then approached the police, and subsequently filed a court case. The Udaipur court then issued the first summons for the actor one-and-a-half years ago, asking him to be present in court," a source told the tabloid.
"After the summon was issued, the Bangur Nagar police delivered it to Upadhyay's Malad office. However, no one was present at the office to receive the document. Consequently, Upadhyay missed his first hearing, forcing the court to delay proceedings on the case. This will be the second summons for Upadhyay, and the cops will have to make a trip to the Bigg Boss house to deliver it," the source was quoted by the tabloid.
"If we receive the summons, we will deliver it to Upadhyay, no matter where he is," an officer at Bangur Nagar police station told the tabloid.
However, Amar's PRO denied these allegations as publicity gimmicks. "To my knowledge, Amar resigned from the company on Dec 23, 2003. After making a clean exit, he has not been part of its transactions. Someone could be trying to make him a soft target in order to gain publicity. He is currently confined within the walls of the Bigg Boss House and is cut off from the world," he told the tabloid.
Housemates of the Color's controversial reality show surely didn't expect such a twist coming their way.