Deepak Tijori files lawsuit against co-producer for cheating him of ₹2.6 crore

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As Deepak Tijori filed a lawsuit against the co-producer of his movie for allegedly defrauding him, the Mumbai Police opened an investigation. As of yet, no one has been arrested.


Actor and director Deepak Tijori has filed a lawsuit, claiming that Mohan Nadaar, the co-producer of his movie Tipppsy, defrauded him of 2.6 crore. Deepak claims that Mohan joined him in supporting the suspenseful film. According to a recent report, a cheating case has been reported to the Mumbai Amboli Police station.

According to the Mumbai Police, a complaint has been filed under sections 420 and 406 of the Indian Criminal Code (IPC). Police reportedly claimed an inquiry has been started, according to news agency ANI.


According to the Times of India, Deepak complained in writing 10 days ago when Mohan failed to provide him any money. According to the investigation, Mohan pretended to spend the money for the shoot site as he "syphoned off" some of it. "The accused and the actor had agreed to the terms of the Tipppsy movie deal in 2019. When the accused did not pay the money, the issued check to him started caving in. Despite our investigation, no one has been arrested "as reported by Times of India, Amboli police senior inspector Bandopant Bansode

According to the Times of India, Deepak said in the case "In September 2019, Nadaar used the funds to pay for the London site. Once he pledged to return, the money was given, but he kept making excuses, and the checks kept failing."

According to Deepak in the FIR, filming for Tipppsy began in London in September 2019. According to Deepak, Mohan failed to finish the job, resulting in a loss of 2.6 crore.


Taran Adarsh, a trade expert, revealed on Instagram last month that Deepak will be directing the adventure-thriller movie Tipppsy. In addition to appearing in Ittar, Deepak Tijori also starred in and directed the adventure-thriller Tipppsy, which included five other females and was produced by Raju Chadha and Deepak Tijori.

With the 1990 release of Mahesh Bhatt's very popular musical love film Aashiqui, Deepak made his acting debut. He has appeared in a number of other popular movies, including Raja Natwarlal, Khiladi, Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, Baadshah, Vaastav, and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar. In addition to his work as an actor, he also directed a number of Bollywood movies, including Oops, Fareb, Fox, and Do Lafzon Ki Kahani.

Ittar, a forthcoming romantic comedy, will mark Deepak's acting comeback. The film, which also had Rituparna Sengupta in the major part, was directed by Veena Bakshi, a national award winner. The movie has yet to have its official release date announced.

On Instagram last month, Taran posted the movie's first look motion poster. His caption said, "Deepak Tijori is back acting with Ittar. Ittar, a mature love story directed by National Award-winning Veena Bakshi, will feature Deepak Tijori in a new role. In the movie, which was made by Triforce Productions, Rituparna Sengupta, a national award winner, co-stars alongside Deepak."

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