Arshi Khan’s nemesis Gehana Vasisth today claimed that Bigg Boss 11 contestant Arshi Khan has 4 pending arrest warrants issued against her by various courts in India.
Besides the arrest warrant issued by a Jalandar court where the police were ordered to enter the Bigg Boss house and take Arshi Khan into custody, there are 3 more pending arrest warrants against Arshi Khan, Gehana said. One is in Bengalaru, one in Delhi and one more in Panipat, she explained.
Meanwhile, after Sunny Leone’s event was stonewalled by the Bengaluru authorities, it’s now the turn of south actress Gehana Vasisth who was scheduled to perform at a mega event in Madhya Pradesh, reports IndiaScribes.com.
Gehana Vasisth who is also scheduled to make a WC entry in the Bigg Boss 11 house according to media reports was not available for comment.
Gehana Vasisth’s manager Suresh Shetty told media persons in Mumbai that the organisers of the MP event were asked to submit the bio data and photographs of the performers. “When they saw that Gehana Vasisth was crowned “Ms Bikini Asia” in the past and noticed her raunchy bikini and other bold images online, they immediately denied permission. India Scribes Tv quoted Suresh Shetty as saying that Gehana has been rehearsing for the last few days and has already spent a huge amount on her costumes and other paraphernalia for the event.The event organizers who claim to have spent almost 12 lakh on the event publicity till date, have decided to approach the High Court in this matter, India Scribes Tv reported.The MP authorities have not given any specific reason why Gehana Vaisisth’s show was denied permission, but it seems that the Governments of UP and MP have decided not to permit any big New Year celebrations, citing law and order issues.
Government officials of the two BJP-ruled states said that there could be major law and order issues in the two states as right-wing groups are against celebration of Christmas and New Year in a big way.Meanwhile, the event management company that planned a New Year’s Eve program featuring actress Sunny Leone in Bengaluru – which was denied permission by the police amid ‘law and order concerns’ – has filed a writ petition in the Karnataka High Court, asking that the program should be given approvals as they have planned the event for nearly two months now, reports News 18.