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Vivek Oberoi files complaint against former business partners for Rs. 1.55 Crore fraud

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Indian media reports have brought to light a concerning case of alleged fraud involving actor Vivek Oberoi and his wife Priyanka Alva. Their accountant, Deven Bafna, lodged a complaint with the Mumbai police against three former business partners of Oberoi, accusing them of deceiving him of INR 1.55 crore.

The accused individuals, film producer and event organizers Sanjay Saha, his mother Nandita Saha, and Radhika Nanda, now face charges after being named in the complaint filed at the MIDC police station.

According to the statement given to the police, the Oberois had established a company called Oberoi Organics in 2017. They later decided to bring in the three accused as partners, dissolve the business, and convert it into an events company known as Anandita Entertainment.

The deal between the parties was finalized in July 2020. However, Oberoi later transferred his shares to another company he owned, Oberoi Mega Entertainment, while Sanjay and Radhika were in charge of the joint venture’s daily operations.

Upon learning about financial mishandling within the venture, Vivek Oberoi confronted his partners and discovered another alleged fraud involving actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who was cheated out of INR 51 lakhs. Oberoi took responsibility for the missing amount and returned it on behalf of the company using his personal accounts.

“We have booked the accused under sections 406 (criminal breach of trust), 409 (dishonest misappropriation), and 420 (fraud) of the IPC (Indian Penal Code,” confirmed an official regarding the complaint.

As legal proceedings unfold, Vivek Oberoi is preparing for his appearance in Rohit Shetty’s web series titled Indian Police Force, set within the cop universe, which also features Sidharth Malhotra and Shilpa Shetty.

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