In order to attend the 22nd edition of IIFA, Rhea Chakraborty will be in Abu Dhabi from June 2 to 5. The actress, on the other hand, has informed a court under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDOS) that she will not be attending the prize presentation.
Rhea told the court that she was unaware that an agency had issued a lookout notice against her when she applied for permission to travel to Abu Dhabi last week.
Rhea Chakraborty Isn’t Going to Abu Dhabi
Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer, Nikhil Maneshinde, was in court alongside Special Public Prosecutor Atul Sarpande, who represented the government. A plea for the actress’s passport and permission to travel overseas was granted in part by the court,
according to Maneshinde’s testimony before the court. Rhea, the accused number 10 in the case lodged by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), however, asserts that she will not use the order and will not travel this time, so she will not be compelled to comply with the terms set out in the order.
Maneshinde stated explicitly that they were unaware of a notification issued by an agency against Rhea Chakraborty when they filed the application. As a result, the actress will not be able to obtain a passport to attend the IIFA in another country.
As a result, the court requested that the NCB’s investigative officer take note of this information and pass it along to the agency. Rhea Chakraborty was ordered not to be issued a passport.
What Was Rhea Chakraborty’s Plea?
Rhea Chakraborty had been granted permission to visit Abu Dhabi for the IIFA earlier this week. As part of her petition, she stated that the director and co-founder of IIFA had invited her to hand away from an award on June 3 and host an interaction during the main event on June 4 as part of an invitation.
As part of her application, she asked for authorization for a trip from June 2 to June 8. Due to her case’s upcoming date of hearing on June 7, the judge only allowed her permission to stay until June 5.
The actress had indicated in her plea that she had already experienced severe difficulties in her acting career and financial losses as a result of the lawsuit lodged against her.
As a result, opportunities like this are critical to her long-term success in the film industry and her ability to earn a living on her own terms. Besides that, she claimed that her parents are relying on her financially.
About Rhea’s Case
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) detained Rhea Chakraborty in September 2020 after discovering her Whatsapp conversations with drug dealers. After Sushant Rajput’s death on June 14, 2020, a complaint was filed against her.
In 2020, the Bombay High Court set some limits on her travel when she was granted bail. As a result, before Rhea may leave the country, she needs to get permission from the court.
Chakraborty Was Granted Permission to Travel Abroad by The Court.
Chakraborty’s miscellaneous application for the return of her passport and permission to go abroad was partially granted by the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Nikhil Maneshinde, Chakraborty’s lawyer, indicated that she won’t need the passport on Thursday. Maneshinde stated that the Chehre actor had requested permission since she was unaware of a watch list being issued against her by an agency.
Rhea Chakraborty not attending IIFA
To attend the International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) 2022 in Abu Dhabi from June 2-5, Bollywood star Rhea Chakraborty was scheduled to go. As a result of her recent admission to an NDPS Act special court, she will not be attending the awards event.
Chakraborty Says She Had No Idea She Was the Subject of A Watch List
After the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput in June 2020, a criminal complaint was filed against Chakraborty. There had been rumors that the two were seeing each other. She was detained by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in September 2020, based on text messages she had sent.
When she was released on bond, she was subjected to a number of conditions. In order to travel outside of the country, she had to obtain a court order. She was given permission to attend the 22nd International Film Festival in Abu Dhabi for four days.
The actor requested permission to travel to Abu Dhabi from June 2-8 in her appeal. Since her next hearing is planned for June 7, the court gave her permission to stay from June 2-5. (Tuesday).