Nora Fatehi is the dancing diva of Bollywood. there is not one film that doesn’t have her dance number. Today only the actress had her song released Accha Sila opposite Rajkumar Rao. Recently Nora was dragged into Sukesh Chandrashekhar’s 200-cr extortion case which actress Jaqueline Fernandez was in a long battle in court.
Nora Fatehi has finally broken her silence on the trial of conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar in her statement to the court. The actress was repeatedly questioned in connection with the Rs 200 crore Chandrashekhar extortion case. In her statement, Fatehi said the alleged scammer asked her for improper favors.
Previously, Jacqueline Fernandez, also a co-defendant testified. Nora Fatehi took her testimony yesterday in the Patiala House Court in Delhi. She said Chandrashekhar’s close associate, Pinky Irani, contacted her cousin and said he was interested in her. In her testimony, Fatehi (according to a news portal), said that Chandrashekhar “asked him for an improper favor.” Nora Fatehi said that Chandrashekhar lured her to give her a lavish life if she agrees to be his girlfriend.
Nora said she was told Jacqueline Fernandez was waiting for Chandrashekhar’s “offer” but was more interested in Fatehi.
“I had no idea and never met him. I only saw him when ED ( Executive Direction) confronted me in his office,” the actress said in her statement. (quoted from DNA India)
Previously, Jacqueline Fernandez testified and claimed Chandrashekhar ruined her career and livelihood with his lies. Jacqueline said Sukesh Chandrashekhar played with her “emotions” and turned them into “hell”. Chandrashekhar is said to have extorted money from politicians, celebrities, and businessmen. He cheated the former owner of Ranbaxy Pharmaceutical Company, Shivinder Mohan Singh’s wife Aditi Singh, out of Rs 200 crore.
Chandrashekhar sent Jacqueline very expensive gifts and booked her a charter flight from Mumbai to Chennai on bail period.
In a separate but related case, Nora Fatehi is suing Jacqueline Fernandez for defamation for using her name in a money laundering case. She added (From DNA India),
“Initially, I did not know who Sukesh was. Later, I thought he used to work at a company called LS Corporation. I neither had any personal contact nor did I ever have any conversations with him.”