Remo D'Souza Rubbishes Cheating Claims, Says Case Against Him Is False

A non-bailable warrant was recently issued against Bollywood choreographer and filmmaker Remo D'Souza in a cheating case. However, the director has rubbished all the claims

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Remo D'Souza Rubbishes Cheating Claims, Says Case Against Him Is False
Remo D'Souza is a well-known choreographer and filmmaker in Bollywood. However, he was recently in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. A case was filed against him for cheating a man of Rs 5 crore. A man named Satendra Tyagi reportedly filed a case against him alleging that Remo did not pay him the money back. Now, in his latest interview, Remo D'Souza has rubbished all these claims and said that the case filed against him is false.

An arrest warrant was issued against him in this case filed in the year 2014. The choreographer had recently knocked the doors of Allahabad High Court to get bail, which was reportedly rejected. Now, Remo D'Souza to IANS has said that his lawyer is taking care of the case and that all the allegations charged against him are false. "There is a false case against me and my lawyer is taking necessary steps. Since it is in the legal process and my lawyer is handling it, I only can say this much -- the case is false," he was quoted saying.

Satendra Tyagi had alleged that Remo got him to invest Rs 5 crore in a movie that never got made. The filmmaker had reportedly promised to give him the money back with interest but as the film got shelved, he never returned the money. Satendra also claimed that Remo got some gangster to make extortion calls to him. (Also Read: ‘Log Ek Baar Nahi Kartey Aapne 3 Times Kar Li,’ Varun Dhawan Congratulates Remo D'Souza On Renewing Wedding Vows With Lizelle)

Remo D'Souza's next movie is Street Dancer that stars Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles.

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