Charge sheet filed against Remo D'Souza and his wife, case related to the fraud of 5 crores

Charge sheet filed against Remo D'Souza and his wife, case related to the fraud of 5 crores

A charge sheet has been presented in court against the famous choreographer Remo D'Souza in the case of fraud of crores on the pretext of earning in the film. Police have also accused the choreographer's wife, Lizelle D'Souza, in the charge sheet. The court has not yet taken cognizance of the charge sheet. This has added to the difficulties of the D'Souza couple.

The victim Satendra Tyagi is a resident of Moreta. His lawyer Mohnish Jayant said that both choreographers Remo and Satendra Tyagi had a friendship. Remo also came to his house several times. In this connection, Remo assured Satendra Tyagi to make huge business by investing money in the film industry. At the behest of Remo, Satendra Tyagi deposited five crore rupees about seven years ago, but later Remo fraudulently refused to give the money, then Sathendra filed a petition in the court to file a case for cheating crores. Was filed. On the court's order, the case was filed against Remo D'Souza at Sihanigat police station. On completion of the investigation, the police filed a charge sheet two days ago making Remo D'Souza and his wife accused.

Remo made a film titled 'Amar Must Die' in 2013 which later changed to the title 'DOA: Death of Amar'. It is alleged that Remo told Satendra to spend five crores in the production of 'Amar Must Die' starring actress Zarine Khan. Satendra invested all the money in the greed of earning big money. The lawyer said that Remo had promised to return double the money in a year, but it did not happen. Two years later, Remo did not return the money. He retracted even after committing several times. After this, Satendra sued. Remo did not appear in court even after several summons and warrants were issued from the court when a non-bailable warrant was issued against him last year from the court. Last year, the court issued a non-bailable warrant against Remo and ordered his arrest. After this, Remo applied for an anticipatory bail in the Allahabad High Court.