Bigg Boss 5’s new male contestant, Amar Upadhyay lands himself in a case of fraudulent cheque bouncing
Bigg Boss 5 contestant Amar Upadhyay rose to popularity for playing Mihir Virani in Star Plus’ hit serial Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. Cashing in on his popularity on the show, the television star opened a company under the name Mihir Virani Multitrade Pvt Ltd, in Mumbai’s Malad (West) area, which followed the finance chain-membership system. Now the actor is being summoned the by Udaipur court in a cheating case. Udaipur based Harinarayan Soni, the complainant in the case, had invested and earned about Rs 7 lakh profits in the company. Soni approached the Bangur Nagar police and then the court when the cheque he received eight years later from the company, bounced. Amar missed the first hearing because no one was available in his office to collect the notice. The court was forced to postpone the hearing but this time, the police are leaving no stone unturned to deliver Amar his summons. They intend to barge into the Bigg Boss 5 house if they have to, to get the job done. Dale Bhagwagar, Upadhyay’s PRO, however, denied the whole case. He says that Amar had apparently quit the company on December 23, 2003. And this is just someone trying to frame him. Well, Bigg Boss doesn’t call people without a background into the house…Better keep that door open when the police come knocking on the BB 5 door.