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After Shakti Kapoor, it's the turn of...

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Posted: Mar 17, 2005 at 1452 hrs IST

After Shakti Kapoor its turn of TV host Aman Verma, Producer Pahlaj Nihalani and Rakesh Nath to be exposed in public by India TV.

On Tuesday after being with his lawyers for the entire day wrote to the commissioner of police seeking preventive action. Nihalani and Nath too admitted meeting Roy to complain about harassment.

Nihalani in his complaint said that he had been getting calls from a Delhi based girl seeking help from him to become an actress. When he asked her to come and see him in his office she suggested him to meet her at Centaur hotel. Sensing something fishy he refused and asked her to meet him at airport and also took some policemen along with him, realising this she cancelled the meeting at last minute.

Pahlaj also adds that later Suhaib Illyasi the host of the show on India TV called him about the same and recorded the conversation. Nihalani says when Rakesh Nath better known as Rikku in film circles mentioned getting similar calls they decided to meet the Commissioner.

Aman Verma admits meeting a girl at his house and is aware of the soon to be telecasted episode featuring him. Claiming all this as fabricated the actor has already met stars like Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt to seek support.

At a press briefing on Tuesday about his upcoming film Salman Khan asked India TV correspondent to leave the room before he spoke.

With such high intense drama surrounding the entire controversy, lets see what new turns does it take.


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