Shraddha Kapoor hurt herself when the bike which she was riding for a scene met with an accident. The actress was shooting for Ekta Kapoor’s Ek Villain in Film City, when she lost control of the bike. Though she had taken driving lessons, she could not possibly handle the machine. Shraddha’s vehicle skid when she tried to speed and the actress ended up sprawled on the road. She bruised her knees and elbows. Fortunately, medical aid was provided immediately.
Varun Dhawan, Ileana D’Cruz and Nargis Fakhri faced a tight spot when in Indore recently for the promotions of their film Main Tera Hero. The BMWs in which they were travelling were seized midway by the Regional Transport Office (RTO). According to the RTO inspector, the cars had not been registered despite the fact that they were were being used for a long time. The luxury cars belonged to a local car dealer who had to pay Rs. 7 lakh towards the tax.
A breather for Dutt
In a breather for Sanjay Dutt, the Bombay High Court has revoked the attachment of his Bandra flat in Mumbai. The flat had been attached following the decision of Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) in his dispute with film-maker Shakeel Noorani who alleged that he had paid Dutt Rs.50 lakh in 2001, for his film Jaan Ki Baazi which never got completed. When Dutt failed to follow the order, Noorani moved the High Court, seeking execution of the IMPPA order.
In legal trouble
Just before the release of their film Bhoothnath Returns, BR Films is facing a legal case. Viacom 18 has sued them for Rs. 20 crores for failing to abide by a past agreement. When BR Films could not return a sum of Rs.10 crore borrowed in 2007 from Viacom 18 for two films that never got made, through mutual agreement, late BR Chopra had agreed that the latter will be given a particular stake in Ravi Chopra’s production house. However, now, they are refusing to acknowledge it.