Bollywood actor Rajpal Yadav has been convicted in Delhi’s Karkardooma court for failing to clear dues. His wife and a company were also convicted after a recovery suit was filed for failing to pay dues amounting to Rs 5 crore. The loan was taken in 2010 for the directorial debut of the actor.
The Karkardooma court will give the sentence on 23 April. The case is from 2010, when the actor and his wife Radha had taken a loan of Rs 5 crore from MG Agarwal, a delhi-based entrepreneur for Yadav’s directorial debut film ‘Ata Pata Laapata.'
In 2013, Yadav was sent to 10 days judicial custody for hiding facts about the case. The court also attached assets owned by the couple and his company. The court also issued a contempt of court notice against two lawyers who represented the couple.
Earlier in 2015, Yadav claimed that he had cleared dues amounting to Rs 1.58 crore and Rs 3.42 crore were left to be cleared.
Rajpal Yadav is known for his excellent comic timing and his roles in films like Bhoolbhulaiya, Chup Chup Ke and Partner.