Priyanka Chopra’s Cousin Meera Chopra Extends Support To Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Aryan Khan
Priyanka Chopra’s Cousin Meera Chopra came out in support of Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan Amid His Arrest In Drug Case.
Ever since the superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan got arrested in the infamous drug case, several B-town celebs have extended their support to the star kid. Among the latest ones joining the bandwagon of such celebrities is Priyanka Chopra actress-cousin Meera Chopra.
While praying for Aryan and his family, Meera took to her Twitter handle and wrote, ‘My heart goes out for #AryanKhan. My prayers and wishes for @iamsrk and his family. This too shall pass. #AryanKhanBail’.
Take a look at tweet below-
Recently, after the court reserved its decision on Aryan’s bail application till October 20th, actress Preity Zinta also visited Shah Rukh Khan at his residence, Mannat.
Earlier, celebs like Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Suniel Shetty, Pooja Bhatt, and many others have defended the Aryan and supported him. Hrithik Roshan even penned an open letter for him, a part of which reads, ‘I’ve known you as a kid and I’ve known you as a man. Own it. Own everything you experience. Keep calm. Observe. These moments are the makers of your tomorrow. And tomorrow is going to have a brilliant sun shining.’ Also Read-THIS Amitabh Bachchan Gift To Ranbir Kapoor Costed Rs. 50 Lakhs
Meera Chopra Gets Duped By Her Interior Designer
Meera Chopra (of Section 375 and 1920 London fame) was in for a rude shock while designing her new house.
She hit the headlines after news broke out that she had filed an FIR against her interior decorator Rajinder Dewan for duping her and being abusive with her.
The complaint was filed at Oshiwara Police station 2 MONTHS ago – under sections 354 (outraging a woman’s modesty), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace), 506 (2) (criminal intimidation) and 509 (insulting modesty of a woman).
Talking about the incident, Meera told Bollywood Hungama – “I bought a new house in Andheri, Mumbai. I hired an interior designer from Oshiwara, named Rajinder Dewan, to design the house. I had to go to Banaras for a shoot for 15-20 days. So we signed an agreement and the price we fixed was Rs. 17 lakhs. He asked me to pay Rs. 8 lakhs, that is, nearly 50% of the payment in advance and he assured me that he’ll get most of the work while I am out of town. I didn’t know him that well but there was a trust factor.”
Meera further elaborated that she had left him designs and specifications of the woodwork and ply to be used. But on returning from the shoot, she found out he had used substandard material.
When Rajinder was told to change it, he refused. Meera continued – “He is quite senior to me; he’s nearly 50 years old. So I respectfully told him ‘Aap please aise mat karo. Nahin toh main aapse kaam nahi kara paungi’. To which he got extremely abusive in front of all the workers. You won’t believe this; he pushed me out of my own house and told me ‘Tum aise bola mat karo…warna workers kaam nahi karenge’. Imagine, unhone meri hi ghar se mujhe bahar nikal diya!”
An enraged Meera then decided to not work with the designer anymore and told him to give her the expenditure bills of the work done and return the balance amount. However, he didn’t return any money.
And hence, Meera is now pursuing legal action. Meera said – “As a girl staying alone in Mumbai, I can only go to a certain extent to get help. I don’t have a family here. I know some people here par main ek extent tak unse favour maang sakti hoon. There’s a police department and they are supposed to do their work.”
While Meera is still waiting for the police to see this to a conclusion, she updated that she had to hire a new interior designer and her new house is almost ready now.