Popular Haryanvi sensation Sapna Choudhary has always been making headlines due to her groovy moves and indifferent style. She first became an internet sensation with a similar kind of move dancing to the tune of a popular Haryanvi song. Due to a contract breach, the actress had legal issues in 2018. She was given a warrant for her arrest after declining to perform at a gathering. She was paid in advance by the organizers, and after she failed to show up for the event, the organizers took legal action. The singer-actor was required to appear before the ACJM court in Lucknow.
According to the recent news of Etimes yesterday, Sapna turned herself into a court in Lucknow. According to reports, tickets for Sapna’s performance cost Rs 300 each and were sold both online and offline. At the celebration, thousands of people attended, but Sapna was absent. At that time, the audience’s money was also not reimbursed. According to reports, Sapna had received lakhs in advance but skipped the function.
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The report also implies that Sapna Chaudhary has previously been accused of deceit and breach of trust.
The Economic Offences Wing of the Delhi Police filed a case against her in February 2021, alleging fraud and breach of trust. An accusation of criminal breach of trust, criminal conspiracy, cheating, and misappropriation of funds was made against Sapna and several other people, including her mother and brother, by the celebrity management business that was looking after her.
In addition to being a well-known singer and dancer, Sapna appeared in a few local films, including Veerey Ki Wedding and Nanu Ki Jaanu, among others. She gained notoriety after taking part in Bigg Boss 11.
Sapna could not win Bigg Boss, but after coming out, Sapna Choudhary made a big dent in Bollywood, Punjabi, and Bhojpuri films. Sapna is also trying her luck at acting these days.
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