Shocking! Jacqueline Fernandez Dropped Out Of Pawan Kalyan’s Film Due To Involvement In Sukesh Chandrasekhar Case?
Mumbai -Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez has been making headlines for her alleged connection with con man Sukesh Chandrasekhar. Now, Jacqueline is no longer part of the Pawan Kalyan Telugu film ‘Hari Hara Veera Mallu’. Rumours started making rounds that she was dropped out of the film due to her involvement with Sukesh Chandrasekhar’s 200 crore extortion case.
However, the director of the film, Krish Jagarlamudi said that it was Jacqueline’s decision. He said that she was unable to do this film because of date issues, and it has nothing to do with Sukesh Chandrasekhar. Reportedly, Krish said, “ Her exclusion from Hari Hara Veera Mallu happened almost a year back.” Talking about the film, Nargis Fakhri has replaced Jacqueline. Krish said, “It is a lavish costume drama set during the Mughal dynasty.” Reportedly, Jacqueline has resumed her work despite controversies, she is currently shooting for Cirkus which also stars Ranveer Singh.
ED summoned Jacqueline over 200 crore extortion case
Earlier, ED (Enforcement Directorate) also summoned Jacqueline over Rupees 200 crore extortion case. She was stopped at the Mumbai Airport by immigration officials. The 200 crore extortion case is related to conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar. Several pictures of Jacqueline and Sukesh went viral on social media.
The ED stated in a charge sheet filed under the anti-money laundering case that Sukesh contacted Jacqueline through her beauty artist, Shaan Muttathil. Reportedly, Sukesh gave expensive gifts to Jacqueline worth over Rupees 10 crore. He recorded his statement before ED and confirmed the news of giving expensive cars and luxurious gifts to Jacqueline. Earlier, Jacqueline’s statement was also recorded at least twice before the ED.
Recently, it was found that Con man Sukesh also extorted money from ex Ranbaxy owner’s wife, Aditi Singh. He posed himself as a government official and asked for money from Aditi Singh. The con man is linked to several high-profile fraud cases. Keywords