Liger Money Laundering Case: Vijay Devarakonda trapped badly by working in ‘Liger’, ED summoned
Liger Money Laundering Case Vijay Deverakonda: Vijay Deverakonda’s troubles have increased in the film ‘Liger’ directed by Jagannadh Puri. If reports are to be believed, the ED has summoned the actor for questioning in the money laundering case.
Liger Money Laundering Case: ED summons ‘Liger’ fame Vijay Devarakonda
South’s famous star actor Vijay Deverakonda has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday. He has been summoned by the ED in the money laundering case. Earlier, the summons was also sent to the film’s directors Puri Jagannadh and Charmy Kaur. If reports are to be believed, the ED had received a complaint that foreign funding including hawala money was invested in the film. In this case, Puri Jagannadh and Charmi were also called for questioning. ‘Liger’ was released in theaters on August 25 and it was made on a budget of around 125 crores. The movie could not do anything special at the box office.
In the film ‘Liger‘, stars like Ananya Pandey and Ramya Krishnan were in the lead role along with Vijay Deverakonda. Its promotion was also done at a high level. But it was beaten at the box office. According to IANS, quoting sources, it is being said that Vijay Devarakonda is being questioned about the investment made for the film and the money given to its team. Earlier, ED officials had also questioned film director Puri Jagannadh and actress-turned-producer Charmy Kaur on November 17.
The mega shooting of this film starring Vijay Devarakonda and Ananya Pandey took place in Las Vegas. Mike Tyson also did a cameo in this film. However, this film could not show anything special at the box office and was a flop. Till the promotion of the film was done on a big level. The ED has started the investigation after Congress leader Bakka Judson lodged a complaint about suspicious investments in the film. Becca Judson complained that even politicians had invested money in ‘Liger’. He claimed that investors found this the easiest way to convert their black money into white.
It is being told that ED officials questioned the director and producer about the allegation that crores of rupees were allegedly invested from abroad in making the film in violation of FEMA. The investigating agency suspects that several companies had transferred money to the filmmakers’ accounts. He was asked to give details of those who sent the money and how payments were made to foreign actors including Mike Tyson and the technical team.