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Shiney gets Bollywood company in jail

3 August 2009 5:41 AM, PDT | Bollywoodmantra.com | See recent Bollywood Mantra news »

Ironically, Shiney Ahuja who has been serving jail for allegedly raping his maid servant gets two filmy companies in jail. One is gangster Abu Salem, the man whom Shiney played in Gangster in 2006 and the other person is filmmaker Sunil Agnihotri, the man behind mega budget serial Chandrakanta, Akshay Kumar double role starrer Jai Kishen (1997) and Akshay’s solo starrer Daava (1997).It is known that Sunil Agnihotri has been held for a cheque bouncing case filed by producer Samir Hingora. Sami is the producer of Sanjay Dutt-Manisha Koirala starrer Sanam (1997) and Jackie Shroff’s double role starrer Dil Hi To Hai (1992).Sunil is »

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Shiney Ahuja gets a filmy company in jail

2 August 2009 11:20 PM, PDT | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Shiney Ahuja is currently in judicial custody being accused of raping his maid servant. Ironically in the same jail is gangster Abu Salem, on whom his character in the Anurag Basu film Gangster (2006) was based upon. Now Shiney has got another filmy companion. It is filmmaker Sunil Agnihotri, known for his mega hit fantasy serial Chandrakanta and his Akshay Kumar double role starrer Jai Kishen (1997) and Akshay’s solo starrer Daava (1997).

It is learnt that Sunil Agnihotri has been convicted in a cheque bouncing case filed by producer Samir Hingora. Samir has been the producer of Sanjay Dutt-Manisha. »

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