Yukta Mookhey’s husband Prince Tuli moves Bombay High Court for anticipatory bail

Yukta Mookhey's husband Prince Tuli denied anticipatory bail
Yogen Shah

The former Miss World and Bollywood actor had filed a complaint against her estranged husband for domestic violence

Update: Prince Tuli, actor Yukta Mookhey’s husband, was denied anticipatory bail by a Mumbai Sessions Court in August for alleged domestic violence. He has now filed a petition in the Bombay High Court seeking anticipatory bail. His court hearing is scheduled for tomorrow, September 17.

Earlier report (dated September 2, 2013): Bollywood actor Yukta Mookhey’s estranged husband Prince Tuli was denied anticipatory bail by the Mumbai Sessions Court on Saturday, August 31.

Yukta’s complaint

Last year, the former Miss World had filed a complaint against her husband and in-laws for cruelty, harassment and physical abuse. The family in turn approached the Mumbai Sessions Court seeking anticipatory bail.

While Tuli has been denied pre-arrest bail, his parents have been granted it. An additional Sessions Court had earlier given them interim protection from arrest. Yukta had then approached the Bombay High Court, which directed the Sessions Court to decide on the bail plea of the Tulis.

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  • Gajendra

    These ladies misusing legal system. Why to beat wife? What makes that situation? What is root cause? Ladies are not following ethics. Whatever the physical injury caused by beating, lot more than that injury happens when these ladies behave badly.

  • Anil j singh

    Any man who resorts to violence against woman is not a man, violence is not the way to resolve problems and those who do should be reprimanded .