Mumbai: In the past, you must remember the cat fight between the two beauties of the TV world. The debate started after Chahat Khanna accused Urfi Javed of wearing obscene clothes and paying money to paps. This debate between the two became very inflammatory. However, Urfi later ended the matter by apologizing for one of his statements, in which he had raised questions on Chahat’s personal life, divorce and broken relationships.
On the other hand, the name of Chahat Khanna (Chhatt Khanna name in Sukesh Chandrashekhar case) is now once again covered in lime light. It is being told in recent media reports that four actresses had reached Tihar Jail to meet jailed Sukesh Chandrashekhar in connection with the money laundering case. One of them is Bigg Boss fame Nikki Tamboli, apart from her the name of actress Chahat Khanna has also surfaced.
According to reports, the actresses who came to meet Sukesh in jail were given a Versace bag and Rs 2 lakh as a cash gift. Now reacting to the same, Urfi shared a screenshot from a leading portal and wrote, “But I do lousy things like wearing obscene clothes and getting paid for media coverage.”
In the chargesheet obtained by a portal, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has stated that “During the first meeting in April 2018, accused Pinky Irani received a cash amount of ₹10 lakh from Sukesh Chandrashekhar, out of which he transferred a cash amount of ₹1.5 lakh to Nikita. Gave it to Tamboli. The second time, two to three weeks after the first meeting, she went to meet Sukesh Chandrasekhar alone, where she was given Rs 2 lakh in cash and a Gucci bag by accused Sukesh Chandrashekhar.
The report also revealed that Nikki was given an amount of Rs 3.5 lakh and a Gucci bag as per the chargesheet. On Thursday, actress Nora Fatehi appeared before the Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) of Delhi Police regarding the same matter. With Delhi Police launching fresh inquiries in the cheating case involving thug Sukesh Chandrashekhar, Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez was on Wednesday called for another round of questioning in connection with the same.