For many months Bollywood actresses Rhea Chakraborty and Jacqueline Fernandez were in trouble but it seems that both the actresses can finally take a sigh of relief.
The Delhi High Court has permitted Jacqueline Fernandez to travel abroad for IIFA awards subject to certain conditions. The Enforcement Directorate issued a lookout notice against the actress in connection with an alleged money laundering case. Justice Sudhir Kumar Jain nodded to her to travel to Abu Dhabi, UAE from May 31 to June 6. The actress was also directed to submit a fixed deposit receipt (FDR) of Rs 1 crore. The actress was also given an undertaking that if in case she does not return, it shall be waived along with a surety of Rs 1 crore.
Whereas Bollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty who has been continuously in trouble since Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise has now gotten permission to travel from the court. She had filed an application seeking permission to travel abroad for an international event. The actress’s plea has been granted. She has gotten her passport and was granted permission to travel for a limited period of time to Abu Dhabi which is from June 2-June 5 only. She has been directed to submit her itinerary and travel details. Rhea will also have to report to the Indian Embassy every day in order to mark her attendance and provide a cash security deposit of Rs 1 lakh.
Rhea’s application for travel permission read, “That due to the present criminal prosecution and surrounding circumstances, the Applicant has already suffered significant setbacks to her acting career and incurred significant financial losses. Hence, opportunities such as these are extremely important for the Applicant’s future prospects in the Film Industry and greatly impact her ability to earn her own livelihood. It would not be out of place to mention that the Applicants aged parents are also financially dependent on her. That the Applicant is a permanent resident of Mumbai and she has deep roots in society. Hence, there is no reason to believe that she will abscond or flee from justice.”