500-page chargesheet filed against Ness Wadia in Preity Zinta harassment case

The incident had taken place inside Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on May 30, 2014 during a Kings XI Punjab match.

bollywood Updated: Feb 21, 2018 15:23 IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Preity Zinta,Ness Wadia,Gene Goodenough
Preity Zinta and Ness Wadia are the co-owners of Kings XI Punjab.

Four years after Bollywood actor Preity Zinta filed a harassment complaint against businessman Ness Wadia, a chargesheet has been filed in the case. Zinta had accused Wadia of physical harassment and intimidation. The chargesheet has more than 500 pages, reported Indian Express.

As per reports, Preity Zinta has also submitted pictures as proof in the case. In her complaint, she had claimed that Ness Wadia’s behaviour with their jointly owned IPL team, Kings XI Punjab, was also not good, and he misbehaved with the team staff on several occasions.

The incident had taken place inside Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on May 30, 2014 during one of Kings XI matches. Preity Zinta had filed a complaint at South Mumbai’s Marine Drive police station. Later, Ness Wadia was released on a personal bond of Rs 20,000.

Preity Zinta made a remarkable debut in Bollywood with 1998 film Dil Se and went on to work in films like Soldier, Kye Kehna, Armaan and Veer-Zaara. She was among the top actresses of early 2000. She was last seen on screen in Saif Ali Khan’s Happy Ending in 2014.

In 2016, Preity Zinta married American citizen Gene Goodenough in a private ceremony.

First Published: Feb 21, 2018 14:16 IST