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Last Updated 17.10.2018 | 9:38 PM IST
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Struggler to be released soon

Mumbai police commissioner M. Narain Singh has said the stars of Chori Chori Chupke Chupke would not be investigated in the Bharat Shah case. “We are not going to call any film star for questioning. We are only investigating people against whom we have concrete evidence,” Bombay police commissioner M.N. Singh told reporters. Asked whether two other films funded by Shah and ready for release will be investigated, he said: “Unless there is evidence against any other film producer about his links with the underworld, we cannot make arrests.”

The police said they had recorded another conversation between Shah and Shakeel on Rizvi’s cell phone concerning extortion money due from a businessman Morani and havala dealings of Dubai-based Bhatija. According to senior police sources, there are three taped conversations and one of them contains a dialogue between a top bollywood star and Chhota Shakeel about payments to be made for a film that he had signed. The police has declined to name the star at the moment.

Meanwhile a special court adjourned Shah’s petition urging for release of negatives of the movie Chori Chori Chupke Chupke from police custody to January 15. The petition was adjourned after Public Prosecutor Rohini Salian sought time to file her say in this matter on the ground that Shah could not be interrogated sufficiently on account of his ill health.

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