Remo D’Souza was recently charged for cheating a man of Rs 5 crore. The famous choreographer is making it to the headlines for the wrong reasons. However, during a recent media interaction, D’Souza has claimed that he had no involvement in this case and all the claims are false.
Earlier last month, Satendra Tyagi reportedly filed a case against D’Souza alleging that in 2016, D'Souza had taken Rs 5 crore from him to finance his upcoming film titled Amar Must Die.
Tyagi further claimed that the choreographer had promised to ‘double’ the investment and return Rs 10 crore to him after the film released. The complaint also mentioned that D'Souza has not returned the money yet.
Back in 2016, the choreographer had recently knocked on the doors of Allahabad High Court to get bail, which was reportedly rejected.
Recently, Remo talked to IANS and shared that his lawyer is taking care of the case and that all the allegations charged against him are false.
There is a false case against me and my lawyer is taking necessary steps. Since it is in the legal process and my lawyer is handling it, I can only say this much - the case is false.- Remo D’Souza
Tyagi’s statement also alleged that the filmmaker had reportedly promised to give him the money back with interest but as the film got shelved, he never returned the money. Satendra also claimed that Remo got some gangster to make extortion calls to him.