Hina Slams Back With Legal Notice!

MUMBAI: Actress Hina Khan has been pulled into a jewelery case for no reason. An unverified legal notice against her is being circulated.

Hina’s stylist recently told a leading channel that she has filed an FIR against her assistants, who had collected the jewelery from Hina’s house and never returned it to the jeweler. In fact, we even saw proof with a consent form that stated that the jewelry was not in Hina’s possession. However, the actress’ name was still dragged into the matter, so Hina has taken legal action. She released the legal notice on her social media account and said,

‘Since it started in public forum, I m forced to share my response too but d RIGHT WAY. ‬ ‪my advocate @sarthak7468 from Supreme Court of India . Sent a legal notice with proper stamp n signature to them.so this is how a legal notice looks like, not like an unsigned unstamped fake notice created just for cheap publicity..We really work hard to reach where we r n just because ‘a celeb’ is n easy target u will not get to use it to ur benefit… The law works wonders for an innocent who is wrongly accused and it gets better if you have proper proofs. Attaching the courier receipt for my notice.Surprisingly it never appeared for the imaginary notice sent to me. No hawa hawaai only seedhi baat #SatyamevJayate#NotAnEasyTarget.’


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