Here comes a twist in Big Boss 5. A recent and fresh trouble have cropped up for TV actor Amar Upadhay after an Udaipur court has asked Upadhyay to present himself for his alleged role in a bounced cheque case.
As per the sources, Amar Upadhyay had launched a company called Mihir Virani Multitrade Pvt Ltd, in Malad (West), which followed the finance chain-membership system. An Udaipur-based Harinarayan Soni lodged a complain against Upadhyay. Soni had reportedly invested in the company, and earned profits worth Rs 7 lakh in 2001. Trouble started when the cheque issued eight years later by Upadhyay"s company bounced.
After Soni filed a case, the court summoned the actor one-and-a-half years ago, but Amar was unavailable when the summon was delivered at his Malad office. Currently, a second summon has been sent to the actor. Also, reportedly cops will visit the Big Boss house to deliver it.